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Safari Doctors: How one woman is tackling healthcare issues in rural Kenya.
“Being here, being close to home, to be able to fill some of the gaps in accessing health care, it’s kind of been an IV drip for life and purpose.” – Umra Omar, Founder, Safari...
This Nigerian man plays cupid for people living with HIV.
“People with HIV are still people and somebody must look after them.”- Ugochukwu Michael Ugochukwu Michael has taken on an unusual job. Although laudable, but unusual still.
The feeling ART X Lagos left us with harbours great expectations for the future of the African art industry.
The three-day ART X Lagos event was probably everything its organisers and participants envisioned, and then some.
WOLEXIT: “It’s brought an already teetering world closer to the precipice” – Wole Soyinka on Trump’s victory.
Apparently, quite a number of people didn’t envisage a Trump victory in the United States presidential election on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, one of such people is Africa’s first Nobel laureate, Wole Soyinka.
“It’s a very exciting time for Nollywood”, says Chioma Ude, AFRIFF Founder, as the film festival “embraces the world” this year.
The time has come once again for the African International Film Festival (AFRIFF), and it couldn’t be a more spectacular year for the African film industry or the festival.
Dear Chinua Achebe, you taught me how to read.
Chinua Achebe taught me the art of reading. Not in the sense of ABC but in the beauty of reading underneath the lines and finding home in the empty spaces that demarcated paragraphs.
Chinua Achebe: On writing, simplicity and the Igbo culture.
Chinua Achebe was a trailblazer. Through his novels, he told a tale of African history, not as inferior to western civilization, but as equal. Through his works, he spread the African Gospel to the world.
Lights, camera, action: Welcome to the Africa International Film Festival 2016.
It’s been a glorious year for Nollywood. 2016 is the year when the Nigerian film industry finally stepped on the gas and started a 120-mile-per-hour drive towards global acclaim.
Dear Chinua, today, my story is chief.
“Why do I say that the story is chief among his fellows? Because it is only the story [that] can continue beyond the war and the warrior.
BBC African Footballer of the Year award: Why Yaya Toure should not have made the shortlist.
The BBC African Footballer of the Year award, formerly BBC African Star Prize, is an annual award held to recognise and celebrate exceptional African football stars for their performances for club and country during a...