The negative effects of tourism, globalization, and commercialization in Zanzibar.
A Story About Cape Town’s Tanzanian Stowaways—Spring 2011.
In the spirit of recent posts on AIAC about reality TV shows in Germany and Italy
Bi Kidude, who died on April 17, 2013, was probably Tanzania's foremost singer and performer of Taarab music.
We hardly ever feature Brazilian music, and even less their take on Afrobeat. The above tune by
Vice.com's reductive and alarmist style of writing about the continent is not only outdated, but deplorable and contravenes responsible journalism.
What is being cultivated at the new frontier of global capitalism—and for whom?
My first thought was wow; some anthropologists went to Tanzania to make a documentary about the
The limitations of working in the online space, given the small percentages of people with online access (despite the expansion of mobile technology).
The obituary of British anti-apartheid campaigner Bruce King makes reference to his marriage to his South
Five for the weekend. I haven’t done this in a while. First up Philadelphians Chill Moody (rapper) and
An older Cabo Snoop tune (kuduristas in Angola and elsewhere have been dancing to ‘Zagala’ since
One of the things that impressed me the most during several visits to the Arabian/Perisan Gulf
You won’t see or hear a more exciting song by a South African rapper this year
My friend Chipo recently sent me this pilot of a documentary travel series entitled Going Native.
Nice work by Tanzanian crew X Plastaz, with some help of Fid Q, Bamba Nazar and
From somewhere in American suburbia, the very frank, at times trite The Ten Minute Fix, a
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKOwDQcPwbs Selling desperate people false hope, especially AIDS patients, are common on the African continent–well documented
Not sure what to make of the video. The video was filmed “in Africa.” Kage Sparks,
The 1985 Arnold Schwarzenegger action flick “Commando” is narrated–“shot for shot”–by a 9-year old Tanzanian boy. (The