The impact of the African and Caribbean diaspora, changing the way that mainstream society thinks and demolishing long-held stereotypes, has been profound.
‘For once, the African diaspora is not front and centre of a debate about “floods” of migrants.’
Muhammad Ali was held to be an inspiration to Africans everywhere.
Once a theatre for proxy wars, Africa must now confront the spectre
of homegrown terrorism by knowing its enemies, choosing its friends
and fighting the instinct for overkill, argues Kalundi Serumaga.
Guyana has called for diplomatic assistance from the African continent as it seeks to deter aggression from neighbouring Venezuela over a border dispute.
Ethiopia’s Prime Minister says that migrants should seek out loans and support for enterprises rather than paying traffickers.