The African diaspora is pulsating with young people eager to engage and contribute to the development of the mother continent. Esther Angonemi Ebimoghan and Richard Leigh examine who they are, where they live and what motivates them. Read more
The African dream should be where arts, science and technology can work together to achieve a more humane continent for all its citizens, says author Zukiswa Wanner. Read more
The rich countries responsible for causing climate change are shifting the burden of solving the problem to poorer countries, says Mithika Mwenda, Executive Director of the PACJA. Read more
World-renowned Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie talks to New African as part of our special report on African youth. Read more
- Young global Africans – a powerful new force
- Guinea: Alpha Condé overthrown by coup d’état
- There is more to the African dream than wanting to become rich
- Africa is not getting its fair share of global climate finance
- Chimamanda Adichie: There are many ways for youth to organise for change
The First Woman by Jennifer Makumbi is a beautiful book for women, about women, that should be read by all men who would like to understand women.
How does one become a traditional healer and what do they do? Nqabisa Faku and Aphiwe Mhlangulana examine the training and duties of traditional healers among the Xhosa people of South Africa.
Nigeria’s indefatigable banker-turned-film-maker Desmond Ovbiagele appears to have finally hit the big time with his searing depiction of the lives of two young Nigerian women taken hostage by extremists. Report by Gail Collins.
President Buhari of Nigeria has praised outgoing Tunisian Ambassador Jalel Trabelsi for his work in strengthening relations between the two countries.
It’s hardly surprising that the world is competing over vaccines when our era has seen nationalism vanquishing internationalism and unilateralism overwhelming multilateralism, says Lord Peter Hain.
Africa has the highest rate of suicide globally. Raising awareness and helping to prevent mental disorders is a major step towards reducing these unacceptable levels, says Adenike Laoye.
The arts are the outstanding conveyor of a society’s cultural beliefs, practices, attitudes and values. Amandine Ndikumasabo considers how can we use them to heal.
Sexual violence against women and young girls is still all too common. Nqabisa Faku and Kayla Beare look at ways to combat the problem.
Few young players have hit soccer stardom as quickly and emphatically as the Nigerian / British youngster Bukayo Saka. Profile by Michael Renouf.
To catch up with the world’s technological advances, Africa’s education system needs to promote science and technology, says guest editor Amandine Ndikumasabo.
After South Africa’s recent riots, justice and upholding the rule of law have never been more vital and there is no time to lose in addressing the country’s structural inequalities, writes Ivor Ichikowitz.
The African border disputes currently before the ICJ can be effectively managed by African dispute mechanisms, argue Amb Macharia Kamau and Fredrick Koigu Ndegwa