Artists are filling the state’s silence by revisiting history so that it can be discussed.
The uncertainty generated by COVID-19 has continued to increase the levels of depression, stress and anxiety of young people and the disease is having a direct impact on the mental well-being of many. Nigerian photographer Obegwu Chudy decided to ignite conversations using an exhibition in a bid to highlight the mental health challenges.
It is important that procedures surrounding funerals are developed by public health officials alongside traditional and religious authorities.
Taking the knee: Why it matters in post George Floyd killing for public personalities such as Denzel Washington, Lewis Hamilton, Jamie Foxx and other accomplished black celebrities, influencers and commentators to speak out against white supremacy and racial injustice.
The outspoken singer always considered himself to be at risk, and in Ethiopia people loved him because he didn’t let that risk keep him quiet.
A pulsating, multi-layered, engaging narrative, endowed with that infectious Zimbabwean sensibility, with a mix of mbira music playing in the background; interspersed with the familiar high-rise Harare buildings iconography, the dusty streets of Budiriro high density suburb, Cook Off feels authentic to the Zimbabwean experience.
It’s important to unravel how disability is understood as a step towards improving the well-being of disabled people.
His single Yeke Yeke was the first African song to pass a million in sales, but it’s meaning was best understood in Guinea, home of the griot and kora star.
How do two artists from different ends of the world get inspired by the pioneer of Afrobeats?