It's the first time an African president appears to have rigged an election, not in favor of his hand-picked successor, but in favor of an opposition politician.
Once foreign media moved onto the next story after Mezut Ozil called out racism in Germany, what happened to the conversation about dual heritage, racism and immigration there?
The state of politics in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and those working to build a new future there.
Despite what Dangote wants us to believes about the magical power of entrepreneurship, his business savvy alone is not why he made it.
Germany’s relatively short-lived, but yet brutal, colonial history, and the politics of its memorialization
On June 25 this year, president Joseph Kabila travelled to Pretoria for the annual bi-national council between
In Mid-May, world leaders gathered at the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in Beijing
In Kisangani, the third largest city of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and the capital
On January 18th, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development unveiled its new Africa
Following the Democratic Republic of Congo’s highly politicized implementation of its decentralization policy–also known as découpage—a
Yvonne Seon, later a college professor, thought Lumumba was a “decisive leader” that “cared deeply about his people."
The documentary film Virunga (2014), about a national park in the Democratic Republic of Congo, recently