Morocco’s response to the Covid-19 crisis has been exceptionally efficient. Omar Dahbi reports on the swift measures taken to prevent the spread of disease and protect livelihoods. Read more
The city landscapes of two of East Africa’s biggest cities, Nairobi and Dar es Salaam continue to reflect the race-based city planning designs of the colonial era. Peace Kathure and Priya Sippy report. Read more
Helen Grant MP, talks to us about the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) Summit in July and the urgent need to raise $5bn to support education systems across the world. Read more
An extraordinary international legal tussle is unfolding in Cape Verde. At stake is Africa’s concept of national and regional sovereignty and resistance to big power pressure. Read more
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- Helen Grant MP: Why quality education for girls is vital
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A housing crisis is looming in Africa and the only way to solve it is through multilateral action, says Babatunde Oyateru of Shelter Afrique.
The OCP Group’s Karim Saoud describes the progress that the Group has made in reusing water in a sustainable way and its ambitious plans for the future.
The only long-term solution to chronic malnutrition is to build good nutrition into the whole farming and distribution cycle, say Assia Sidibe and Carl Manlan.
Ben Amadasun of Netflix explains why this could be the much-longed-for turning point for African filmmaking.
Africa CDC has partnered with CcHub to coordinate continent-wide development and dissemination of vetted and culturally sensitive information materials.
New African magazine editor Anver Versi pays tribute to the late President of Tanzania.
Meghan Markle’s disclosure of racism in Britain’s royal family shows why Black women are still bottom of the heap. It’s time this changed, says Moky Makura.
Academic and former secretary general of the UN Economic Commission for Africa Carlos Lopes sets out what he considers are Africa’s priorities.
Lord Hain’s novel is set in South Africa in the mid-1990s, when poachers and rangers were killing each other in an undeclared bush war and the only winners were those at the top. Review by Glyn Ford.
Abi Daré’s debut novel is not a comfortable read, but reviewer Gail Collins couldn’t put down this tale of a Nigerian girl whose life is dominated by lack of education, poverty and modern slavery.
How can Africa optimise its creative industries and harness its soft power? A virtual seminar brought together some of Africa’s leading voices. Neil Ford reports.
Recalling the New Cross Fire, which killed several black teenagers in London 40 years ago, Clayton Goodwin wonders if all the good work done on community relations since is in danger of unravelling.