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Politics and Society10 months ago

Benin’s 30m ‘Amazon’ statue honours the women warriors of Dahomey

Cartoon | UK High Court upholds a controversial plan to send migrants to Rwanda
Politics and Society6 months ago

Cartoon | UK High Court upholds a controversial plan to send migrants to Rwanda

Arts, Culture and Sport9 months ago

Women behind the decks: The rise of South Africa’s female Amapiano DJs

Politics and Society8 months ago

Saudi Arabia is a modern slave hub and graveyard for African migrant workers

Politics and Society1 year ago

Alliance High School appoints new head — the smooth transition marks a new dawn

A person reading the bible
African identities4 months ago

What does the Bible say about homosexuality? For starters, Jesus wasn’t a homophobe

The art in this dossier is based on still frames from the music video ‘IMF’ by Seun Kuti and Egypt 80 (Knitting Factory Records) featuring Dead Prez’s M1, directed by Jerome Bernard and produced by Duck Factory.
Politics and Society2 months ago

Life or Debt: The Stranglehold of Neocolonialism and Africa’s Search for Alternatives

Borderless Africa: Free movement in Africa is a step towards complete decolonisation
Politics and Society3 months ago

Borderless Africa: Free movement in Africa is a step towards complete decolonisation

Cartoon: Nigeria elections 2023
Politics and Society4 months ago

Cartoon | Nigeria elections 2023

Nigerian super artist Tems (Temilade Openiyi) 
Arts, Culture and Sport4 months ago

Nigeria and South Africa triumph at the 2023 Grammys

Winky D, wearing Lionel Messi Argentina shirt
Arts, Culture and Sport4 months ago

Three Silences of Winky D

Beyoncé performs in Dubai in 2023.
Arts, Culture and Sport4 months ago

Beyoncé is going on a world tour. Why she shouldn’t ignore Africa

Dr. Chifuntu smiling
African identities4 months ago

The kinky! It’s part of me

Lifestyle1 year ago

South Africa approves the use of the Dapivirine vaginal ring for HIV prevention

Scholar-activist W.E.B. DuBois in 1946.
African identities4 months ago

W.E.B. Du Bois, Black History Month and the importance of African American studies

Angelique Kidjo on stage in Paris in 2021.
Arts, Culture and Sport4 months ago

Angelique Kidjo: the diva from Benin could win a record sixth Grammy Award

Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari and Godwin Emefiele, the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, present the redesigned banknotes in Abuja.
Politics and Society5 months ago

Nigeria’s currency redesign and withdrawal limits: questionable policy and bad timing

Senegalese Jollof Rice
Arts, Culture and Sport4 months ago

UNESCO picks a side in the unceasing Jollof rice war

Emma Horn (third from left) at the presentation to the winners of the world Falling Walls Lab competition in Berlin.
Africans rising7 months ago

South African women innovators win big at international Falling Walls Lab

Thulani Maseko was in a undated photo smiling.
Politics and Society4 months ago

King Mswati III’s government under fire for the “targeted killing” of people’s hero Thulani Maseko

Herero and Nama prisoners from the revolt 1904-08.
Politics and Society1 week ago

Our struggle for reparations: Recognitions, apologies and other short stories

African identities1 week ago

Being queer in Africa: the state of LGBTIQ+ rights across the continent

President Vladimir Putin, left, and President Cyril Ramaphosa in Sochi, Russia, in 2019. Sergei Chirikov/P
Politics and Society1 week ago

South Africa’s pact with Russia – and its actions – cast doubt on its claims of non-alignment

Politics and Society1 week ago

Slave wages and taxation as Neocolonialism 6 decades after “flag independence” as we celebrate 60th Africa Liberation Day

Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie, centre, and Ghana’s founder and first President Kwame Nkrumah, left, during the launch of the OAU in Addis Ababa.
Politics and Society2 weeks ago

60 years of African unity: what’s failed and what’s succeeded

Aliko Dangote.
Africans rising2 weeks ago

Dangote launches Africa’s biggest oil refinery – 4 ways it will affect Nigeria

Africans rising2 weeks ago

Interview | “Remove visa requirement for Africans travelling within Africa” —Africans Rising Coordinator Hardi Yakubu (Part 2)

Did South Africa sell arms to Russia? Only a series of unlikely scenarios could have made it possible
Politics and Society2 weeks ago

Did South Africa sell arms to Russia? Only a series of unlikely scenarios could have made it possible

South African diamonds adorn the crown of King Charles – why they’re unlikely to be returned
Politics and Society2 weeks ago

South African diamonds adorn the crown of King Charles – why they’re unlikely to be returned

Supporters at the launch of the Jubilee Party manifesto in Nairobi, Kenya, in June 2017.
Politics and Society3 weeks ago

Kenya’s political elites switch parties with every election – how this fuels violence

Audrey Chirenje
Arts, Culture and Sport3 weeks ago

Audrey Chirenje’s Life Will Humble You – A light-hearted contemporary novel which raises pertinent subjects

Justice Yvonne Mokgoro: South Africa’s trailblazing defender of justice, human dignity and the constitution
Africans rising3 weeks ago

Justice Yvonne Mokgoro: South Africa’s trailblazing defender of justice, human dignity and the constitution

South African president Cyril Ramaphosa and Russian President Vladimir Putin
Politics and Society3 weeks ago

South Africa’s dangerous game of Russian roulette

Politics and Society4 weeks ago

Ruto’s Kenya slides straight back to ethnic exclusion in governance

Africans Rising Movement Coordinator, Hardi Yakubu smiling
Africans rising4 weeks ago

Interview | “Remove visa requirement for Africans travelling within Africa” — Africans Rising Coordinator Hardi Yakubu (Part 1)

Africans Rising Movement Coordinator, Hardi Yakubu smiling
Africans rising4 weeks ago

Interview | “Within our isolated singleness, we are nothing, we are weak” — Hardi Yakubu social justice and grassroots organising

Paul Kagame smiling
Politics and Society1 month ago

Paul Kagame could be president of Rwanda until 2035 – what’s behind his staying power

Politics and Society1 month ago

Kamala Harris joins the pilgrimage to Africa

Uganda’s anti-homosexuality bill wants to ‘rehabilitate’ LGBTIQ+ people – African psychologists warn of its dangers
Politics and Society1 month ago

Uganda’s anti-homosexuality bill wants to ‘rehabilitate’ LGBTIQ+ people – African psychologists warn of its danger

The Njerama Files – Interview with Paradzai Mesi (Part 2)
Arts, Culture and Sport1 month ago

The Njerama Files – Interview with Paradzai Mesi (Part 2)