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January 2017

THIRD TIME LUCKY : What Nana Akufo-Addo’s victory means for Ghana

November 2016

In this issue: Our cover feature stories focus on the state of the media in Africa. We profile Africa’s new digital insurgents, who are disrupting …

August/September 2016

Every year Africans are paying at least $100 million on visa applications to the West, our investigation of 17 countries reveals. So why is it …

December 2015

New African Magazine returns with its annual list of the Africans who shaped the continent and its diaspora in 2015.This year’s 100 Most Influential People …

July 2015

On the cover of the July issue of New African: Inside Boko Haram: reporting from Cameroon’s Far North Region where Boko Haram is wreaking havoc, …

April 2015

This month’s issue look at the fate of elections in Africa – who is buying democracy, and at what cost? Our reporters also explore South …

March 2015

We ask: What is China really doing in Africa? Why is China’s approach to doing business in Africa so derided in the West? Why are they so …

February 2015

This month, Nigeria elects a new president, new legislators and most of the powerful state governors. In this in-depth election special, New African provides twenty-four …

January 2015

In this month issue New African explores The White Saviour Industrial complex.

December 2014

New African magazine annual list of ‘Most Influential Africans’. Find out who made it in 2014

November 2014

The plight of African migrants is a contentious saga, more so as figures show 40,000 drowned in the Mediterranean since the year 2000, with more …

October 2014

It’s our annual tradition to dedicate the October issue to covering Africa’s historical past, and prick memories on the road Africa has travelled. This edition …

August 2014

Nigeria may have surpassed South Africa recently as Africa’s economic powerhouse. But the so-called rainbow nation still swelters in the international limelight and remains a …

July 2014

In this months issue we take a look at Dr Gideon Gono, former RBZ Governor, and one ne of the key figures in the fight …

June 2014

The past decade has seen a sharp rise in terrorism and extremism in Africa. What Africa can do as a continent to fight and defeat …

August 2013

They called it an “Arab Spring” when President Hosni Mubarak’s government was overthrown in February 2011 after weeks of massive protests across Egypt. New African …

December 2013

100 Most Influential Africans. What is influence and how do you measure it? It will always be hard to agree on a common understanding and …

July 2013

In this Issue we look at Nelson Mandela and what will his true legacy be? With an exclusive interview with his daughter

December 2012

Putting together a list of 100 people from a continent of 54 countries will always get a newsroom into heated debate, especially in Africa where …

May 2014

Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country appears to be experiencing both its best and worst times. New African critically analyses Africa’s new biggest economy, Nigeria will …

April 2014

It has been 20 years since the demise of apartheid and the advent of black majority rule. With elections fast approaching one more time, on …

March 2014

This month, New African looks at how Africa can feed itself, beyond food aid & corporate greed.

February 2014

This month we probe the hows and whys of the great African puzzle of abundant resources in the midst of poverty, and how the continent …

January 2014

After Mandela, what next? This month issue finds out.

October 2013

This months look at Black History Month (UK) 2013

May 2013

We spoke to a section of New African readers across the globe and here is a snippet about the type of future they want to …

April 2013

New African looks at Ghana politics.

March 2013

This month issues looks at Piracy in West Africa.

February 2013

Putting together a list of 100 people from a continent of 54 countries will always get a newsroom into heated debate, especially in Africa where …

January 2013

New African look at ‘The Sponsor of African Wars’

October 2012

Black History Month (UK) is 25 years old this year. New African salutes all those, past and present, who have made this annual commemoration a …

August 2012

After the deluge of criticisms against the International Criminal Court’s apparent bias or selective prosecutions against Africans, it is now the turn of the Court …

July 2012

This month, the African Union (AU) celebrates 10 years since being founded as a successor to the largely misunderstood Organisation of African Unity (OAU). The …

June 2012

Africa lost up to $1.8 trillion since 1970 due to illicit financial flows. It is one of the biggest challenges facing Africa today. As the …

May 2012

This month issue looks at African leaders. Ripe for Change – Why a new breed of African Leadership beckons.

April 2012

Africa is in trouble. Its future is once again on the table, and it is Europe that holds the aces. This month issue reports its …

March 2012

Is the ICC fit for purpose? This month issue finds out.

Ghana Burns Its Health Away

“One of the biggest environmental crimes perpetrated on earth” is taking place right in Accra, Ghana’s capital, where a good 15% of the world’s e-waste …

An Addiction To Power

The inevitable question on every sensible person’s mind is: “So, was it all necessary, Mr Gbagbo?”