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By Funmi Ajala, In French art, there is a popular saying which goes thus: on s’engage, et puis on voit, meaning ‘engage first, then think through it’. That seems to capture the unfolding response of Nigeria to the plague of coronavirus in...
 By Kris Manjapra Last modified on Mon On 3 August 1835, somewhere in the City of London, two of Europe’s most famous bankers came to an agreement with the chancellor of the exchequer. Two years earlier, the British government had...
By Funmilola Ajala On Sunday 9th of June, 2019, Berlin, the capital of Germany, was in the mood for celebration. The annual KarnevalderKulturen (Carnival of Cultures) held on that day and streets of the hugely historical city wore new looks....
By Binyavanga Wainaina Always use the word ‘Africa’ or ‘Darkness’ or ‘Safari’ in your title. Subtitles may include the words ‘Zanzibar’, ‘Masai’, ‘Zulu’, ‘Zambezi’, ‘Congo’, ‘Nile’, ‘Big’, ‘Sky’, ‘Shadow’, ‘Drum’, ‘Sun’ or ‘Bygone’. Also useful are words such as ‘Guerrillas’,...
By Ikhide R. Ikheloa "The indifference to the missing Chibok girls in Nigeria, the country with the largest black population on the planet, is as much linked to the unpunished police shootings of unarmed black people in America as it...
Written by Jessica Robeson I was home from University for the Easter holidays when the genocide began. April 7, 1994 is a date seared into my family’s psyche. My parents and I were...
by Ayodamola Owoseye Africa needs to bridge the gap between it and Africans in the diaspora so as to develop the continent. Participants gave this advice on Thursday at a panel discussion organised by the United States Embassy, Abuja in commemoration of...
By Kehinde Augustine In this brutally globalized world, it is too easy to be drowned in the torrent of information and products crisscrossing international and national borders. Africa is even more disadvantaged in this global exchange. Our colonial history tethered...
By Akua Djanie Halloween, as an event, seems to be growing legs in Africa, especially in Ghana, my home country. I personally noticed a few years ago that within the expatriate community in Ghana, people were beginning to celebrate this...
By Kehinde Augustine “…man walked out of Africa 100,000 years ago. Africa is the cradle of modern civilization. Yet when the ‘evolved, civilized’ humans returned to this land, they brought along with them nothing but suffering, slavery, disease and war.”- Rachel Prescott...
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