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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 …

Sierra Leone: radiance of tomorrow

Sierra Leone’s child-soldier done good, Ishmael Beah, has published another book following on from his first in 2007, which detailed his gruesome life as a …

Spreading the gospel in France

Gospel music is undergoing a renaissance in France, after a dip from the “golden era” of the 1990s. Alecia D. McKenzie reports.

Apartheid’s artistic legacy

Denied the freedom to exhibit their work, a generation of formerly neglected artists nevertheless expressed their personal pain and the collective outrage of a marginalised …

Is Africa rising with women leading the way?

As African economies grow and more African women become empowered, millions more women are being left behind in poverty, deprivation and destitution. This was the …

Can Africa industralise?

A two-day ministerial meeting for African finance, economic and planning ministers jointly organised in late March by the African Union and the UN Economic Commission …