Sixty years after political independence, it is clear that Nigeria has not fulfilled its huge potential, but with a supportive public culture it can transform that into success.
A forensic archaeologist and former Zimbabwe police officer uses his investigative skills to find the missing and the dead in his homeland.
Detention centres and corrupt coast guards prey on migrants, but the EU continues to support Libyan border authorities.
Tensions in both countries relating to Ethiopia’s Tigray regional state are hampering progress.
The alleged extraordinary rendition of Paul Rusesabagina reveals Kagame’s ‘Mossad Complex’ at its full.
His appearance on behalf of the families of mine workers shot by the police at the Marikana Commission of Inquiry was just one of his efforts to seek justice for the poor and marginalised.
If the AU and ECOWAS reject coups as unconstitutional changes of government, shouldn’t the same apply to third terms?
Artists are filling the state’s silence by revisiting history so that it can be discussed.
Nigerian writer Kemi Falodun recently launched the Police Brutality in Nigeria Project (POBIN), an initiative to archive and keep alive the memories of Nigerian citizens who have died because of police violence.