Deadly attacks by various organised political and religious groups have created a febrile climate of fear in Nigeria. The country’s leadership needs to de-escalate the situation.
For many young Algerians, the ultimate dream is to be able to move to France. Sara Benaissa examines the myth and reality that has driven the Algerian exodus.
Stewart Gore-Browne arrived in Northern Rhodesia as the scion of a British colonial family but was given a chief’s burial under his Bemba name, Chipembere.
Some countries have seen an elite bargain that commits to long-term growth and development, but in Nigeria the only such bargain has been to allow the looting of state assets, says Onyekachi Wambu.
Africa was very close to the late British Queen’s heart, and many Africans returned the affection. New African editor Anver Versi reflects on the reign of a monarch whose power lay in what she symbolised.
Kenya’s newly elected President, William Ruto has promised that he will lead the country in a new direction. Does he have what it takes to lead his people to the Promised Land?
Moky Makura contrasts the outcomes of USAID’s Samantha Power and F1 champion Lewis Hamilton’s recent visits to Africa.