An image depicting a cynical looking boy standing next to a woman giving her ‘the mother of all side-eyes’ has set tongues wagging on the internet on the boy’s identity and meanings associated with the picture
The theme of the 2015 Lagos Photo Festival is ‘Designing Futures’ and photographers at the festival are stepping up to the challenge.
The education minister Lazarus Dokora says pupils ‘will be instructed in the languages that have been accepted in our Constitution’
The signature Basotho blanket is worn proudly by the people from Lesotho in their everyday lives and it embodies the rich culture and history of Lesotho.
Marlon James became the first Jamaican writer to win the prestigious literary prize in its 47-year history, for A Brief History Of Seven Killings, a novel inspired by the attempted assassination of Bob Marley
The Intore dance is the most famous and longest established in Rwanda. It is sometimes referred to as the dance of heroes.
We Americans have just been too generous with everything. It is time we became a bit selfish – you know, protect our own. Open your eyes, look at the White House: we have a black Muslim president, what next – a Mexican president? Is that what you people want? We just have to take our country back and make America great again. Mukoma Wa Ngugi satires the American right on TIA.
Basilica of Mongomo is a significant contemporary church in Equatorial Guinea, which has architecture that embodies the long tradition of catholic churches.
Yeni Kuti is a renowned afrobeat dancer and now the matriarch of the Fela dynasty