In Sierra Leone, politicians make promises to youth in exchange for support in elections, but they rarely deliver. This must change.
For young people in Freetown, 'Temple Run' has become code for the perilous journey that young Sierra Leoneans are making to Europe via Libya.
For more than a decade, night-time arrivals at Gbessia International Airport in Conakry, Guinea, were greeted
One year ago, on December 15, 2015 in the capital Kinshasa, the president of the Democratic
In his Discourse on Colonialism (1950), the French-Caribbean poet Aimé Césaire noted that after World War II, Europeans,
There has been an increase in protest activity across sub-Saharan Africa recently: Burkina Faso’s citizen uprising
There’s a lot going on in the world these days, so you may not have been
Young musicians in Mozambique don’t have much opportunity to record and distribute their music. “Wired for
A few days ago, I overheard a BBC World Service presenter announce an on air discussion
Guest Post by Martijn Kleppe Even though the Netherlands have been known for their tolerant attitude
Political springs, as in social movements that topple and/or transform political regimes, occur when the youth
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2FnO9zjYx8&w=500&h=307&rel=0] Not, “Do you want another rap?”, but two documentaries on Hip Hop, with a similar
[slideshow] Like many others, US photographer Krisanne Johnson headed to South Africa earlier this month but,
Description of panel, titled “Mandela’s Ego,” scheduled for Friday, September 18, at The New Museum on
An excerpt from J M Coetzee’s new (autobiographical) novel, “Summertime.” The excerpt was published in the