Zimbabwean-American actress, Danai Gurira has joined the cast of Marvel’s superhero movie, Black Panther, scheduled to be released in 2018.
Is there something that artists should or shouldn’t be doing? And are we, the public, who are the consumers of art, the ones to decide what that is? It is in this context that Kgabo Chuene interrogates responses to Ayanda Mabulu’s controversial work.
Ongoing at the Gallery of African Art, London, is a solo exhibition by renowned Ghanaian artist, Emmanuel Yaw Obuobi. The exhibition titled ‘Threads of Art’ features new and recent work by the artist.
Upcoming Sierra Leonean-American filmmaker, Nikyatu Jusu, has released the trailer of her new feature film, Flowers, which she wrote and directed with Yvonne Michelle Shirley.
The revolution shall be in song. We shall sing out the old, sing in the new, and dance to both. This is the way of our people. Here is a glance at the role of music in breaking the chains of oppression in Zimbabwe.
Besides his plays, poems and essays, Nigerian writer, Wole Soyinka, is also famous for his pithy remarks. In commemoration of his birthday today, 13 July, we bring you a selection of his famous quotes.
We are a generation that banks on an exit strategy. We are aware of how dynamic the world we live in is. In addition to being spoilt and indecisive, we are taking a little longer to grow up. Marriage is not a priority for us.
Nigerian writer, Chika Unigwe, was recently named one of the judges of the 2017 Man Booker International Prize. This news warrants a look back at African writers, that have previously sat on the judging panel of this illustrious prize.
Through his project, ‘1000 Portraits from Sudan’, photographer, Ahmad Abushakeema, is doing his bit to show the diversity of his country through photos of everyday people.