Today we commemorate the death of Kenule ‘Ken’ Beeson Saro-Wiwa, environmental activist, writer, TV producer, who was hanged on this day in 1995 by the military dictatorship of General Sani Abacha.
Located within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) in Tanzania is the Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s largest, inactive, intact and unfilled caldera and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa.
Our #WCW is the founder of Tunisian centre of Social Entrepreneurship, Asma Mansour. She focuses on creating a social shift in how to solve problems not only in Tunisia but also all over the world.
The question of identity, and belonging features in various kinds of works. The need to be a part of a group, community and society is intrinsic, but what happens to those who are deprived of this need?
The Beni Hammad Fort is a fortified city in Algeria that served as the capital city of the Hammadid dynasty. The Unesco World Heritage Centre was built in 1007.
Eleni Gabre-Madhin, the CEO of Eleni LLC has been instrumental in the establishment of the Commodity Exchange in Ethiopia. The success of the exchange inspired her to set up a new model of commodity exchange suitable for countries in in the developing world, and in other African countries including Ghana, Nigeria, Mozambique and Cameroon.
Good Morning Africa from the National Museum of Anthropology (Museu Nacional de Antropologia) in Luanda, Angola. Anyone looking for a place to find an array of traditional masks, artefacts and sculptures, this is the place to be.
43 years ago, “arguably the greatest sporting event of the 20th century” took place in Kinshasa, then Zaire (Democratic Republic of the Congo). The spectacle brought to Africa the world’s two greatest pugilists and immortalised the legend of Muhammad Ali. On the day Muhammad Ali knocked out George Foreman to regain his world heavyweight title.