Despite increased attention, Africa’s contribution to the UK is still not properly acknowledged. Is it time for a permanent symbol to be erected? asks Clayton Goodwin.
A doyenne of British theatre and star of the hotly anticipated Netflix drama Bridgerton, Ghanaian-British actor Adjoa Andoh is really coming into her own. Interview by Juanne H. Fuller.
César Augusto Mba Abogo, former Minister for Finance, Economy and Planning of Equatorial Guinea, speaks out In his first international interview since leaving office in October.
Why are African leaders silent on the brutal treatment of ordinary Africans while they loudly condemn brutality elsewhere? asks Moky Makura.
In a wide-ranging interview, Professor Benedict Oramah, the President of Afreximbank, shares his philosophical insights on Africa’s place in the world today.
Having won a second term in office, will Tanzania’s President Maguguli push through with his policies to transform the country’s economy? Analysis by Helen Jones.