Hounding people born elsewhere is a form of bigotry, no less than racism or sexism. Those who believe in equal treatment for everyone should campaign against this prejudice.
Afrobeats emerged when West African pop music became cool. It has been boosted by the diaspora, big name collaborations and American culture.
A tribute and reminder on the imperative need to study and internalise the analysis Fanon shared with the oppressed majority of the earth.
The lauded ANC leader would be disheartened by what is happening in his home town, says one resident. Many no longer vote, disillusioned with false promises and only scraping by.
Yatreda is a family of artists that brings the history of Ethiopian kingdoms to life through stunning imagery. With storytelling at the base of their work, they use NFTs to preserve their history and culture for future generations.
African countries’ decision to avoid condemning Russia for its invasion of Ukraine was not based only on issues directly connected to the conflict.
Some tough decisions need to be made if football is to thrive as an industry in South Africa, starting with putting fans front and centre.
Sub-Saharan Africa’s debt burden currently sits at $702 billion — the highest in a decade. Debt cancellation and a reduction in debt service obligations could allow poor countries to make poverty-related investments and direct resources to health, education, HIV/AIDS programs, infrastructure and governance reform.
Prince William and Kate’s recent tour was supposed to reposition the monarchy in the Caribbean. Instead, it has opened old and painful wounds about Britain’s role during transatlantic slave trade, raising new questions about reparations and the monarchy’s future.