The Yoruba word "akata" refers to a “cat who does not live at home, a wild cat.” It is often used, derisively, to refer to African Americans.
What are the fates of ex combatants from Cote d’Ivoire’s 2002-2011 civil war and would they go back to fighting?
My candidate for the best thing ever posted on the internet – an object that may
The contrast between the October 2015 (two Sundays ago) and 2010 presidential elections in Côte d’Ivoire
The #AlienEdits series seems to come as a form of resistance to negative social projections regarding race, gender, sexuality and culture.
That was AFCON 2015. It was like 1992 all over again. The Ivorians are African champions
Simone Gbagbo, ex- First Lady of Côte d’Ivoire, is currently on trial in her home country.
Philippe Lacôte grew up in Abidjan, next to a movie theater named The Magic. After linguistic
Some people think that Africa is a country. Some people, such as the New York Times
DJ Lewis recently released a “Stop Ebola” song and video that reminds me of “Grippe Aviaire”, a song
Cultural Anthropology published a series of articles last week called “Ebola in Perspective,” curated by two experts on
“African players never play the same for their European teams and their national teams,"--Cissé, livery cab driver at New Ivoire Restaurant in East Harlem
“Aya of Yop City” is Marguerite Abouet and Clément Oubrerie’s first feature film and an adaptation of
“He had nothing to say.” That’s how French philosopher Roland Barthes described his grandfather Louis-Gustave Binger,
In 1988, Basquiat traveled to Cote d'Ivoire: "He was hoping that very unsophisticated African people would see his show ..."
A political scientist, Zolberg wrote two ground breaking books on West Africa politics in the 1960s and was key to formation of African Studies.
“Artists don’t create reality they make phantasms”, using a kind of “fantastical technique to produce an
Defeat to Stephen Keshi’s forceful young Super Eagles in the quarter finals turned the dreams of
By Cheta Nwanze* Una see dat ball? Humble pie is a very interesting confectionery. It is something
Africa's national football teams have failed to improve under foreign coaches and there is nothing to suggest that it will ever improve.