Viewing Nigerian movies is seen as a trip down memory lane, a virtual journey back home and group therapy for Africans in the diaspora.
Uganda’s COVID-19 task force would do well to embrace pop music in its public health communications.
Written from prison, the new book of poems by the writer, academic and activist shows her fire but also her deep love for Uganda.
Framing the fight against coronavirus as a spiritual war may stem from a shared sense of discomfort about an adversary without discernible conscience; an impersonal demon.
The saxophonist and singer leaves a legacy spanning more than 60 years of musical production that will continue to echo in global sounds.
African academics draw up a reading list that speaks to the vibrancy of contemporary as well as older African literature.
Over 60% of girls in Ethiopia are married by the age of 18. Many don’t have support in negotiating with their husbands and families to take control of their own fertility.
Joseph Shabalala would grow world famous for his music. But it is shaped by the spiritual aspects of his life as much as it is by the hardships of black life – and by his dreams.
Nigerians can take pride in the recent addition of 29 words of Nigerian origin to the Oxford English Dictionary.