Nigeria’s ruling class, when faced with criticism, always go for censorship, to silence their critics.
Zina Saro Wiwa wants Nigerian film to break out of its Nollywood straightjacket. She is trying it with her film, “Phyllis.”
A post that takes a warm, nostalgic trip through an aspect of West Africa’s rich musical heritage: Nigerian highlife.
What are we to do, as consumers, if Fairtrade is little more than a marketing gimmick? Should we avoid products marked with its logo? Are we being conned?
Should we care that Africa’s richest book prize is paid for by a company with unethical business practices?
The use of black and African pride by Western fast food chains to appeal to African-Americans in the United States.