Podcast | Books and Beverages: Véronique Tadjo’s wisdom from a Baobab tree

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Author Véronique Tadjo. Photo: Supplied
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As the country wraps up National Book Week, we bring you another episode of the Books and Beverages podcast with Fred Khumalo, who is joined by poet, academic and artist from Côte d’Ivoire Véronique Tadjo.

As the country wraps up National Book Week, we bring you another episode of the Books and Beverages podcast with Fred Khumalo, who is joined by poet, academic and artist from Côte d’Ivoire Véronique Tadjo.

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The London-based author has published several books since 1998, which have been translated into several international languages.

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Tadjo talks about her award-winning book In the Company of Men, which uses the wisdom of a Baobab tree to tell the tale of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

She also touches on how living on different continents has helped her write from different perspectives.

Grab a beverage of your choice and listen below:



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