The Senghor myth

Once you've exhausted all the Negritude quotes, you have to confront the fact that Leopold Sedar Senghor ran Senegal as a repressive, one-party state.

Election frauds and new leaders

Election meddling may have sullied the reputation of Senegal as a beacon of democracy in West Africa, but a popular opposition candidate is giving hope for a new wave of Pan-Africanism in the region.

Instant Films

The late Senegalese director Djibril Diop Mambety once said his films are not based on premeditation or planning.