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.
1-54 is the first and only international art fair dedicated to contemporary art from Africa and its diaspora.
An investment from BVG, a US venture capital company, will enable the Pula Group, an African-American company mining graphite and gold in Tanzania to expand its activities.
Ethiopia is at the forefront of a military trend in Africa that sees armed drones becoming an increasingly sought-after military option across the continent.
As Cameroon hosts the Africa Cup of Nations, Frederic Nonos looks at how the tournament has boosted the country’s infrastructure and united the nation behind its team.
The founder of IC Publications, Afif Ben Yedder, reviews “J’assume”, the memoirs of his mentor, Béchir Ben Yahmed, legendary publisher of Jeune Afrique.