As people of African descent renegotiate their status within the Atlantic space, it is vital that Africa’s new role with the emerging Afro-Asiatic world is also tackled head-on, writes Onyekachi Wambu.
UK citizens have every right to question the motives of their government in offshoring its asylum responsibilities to Rwanda, but to question Rwanda’s capacity to care for refugees goes too far.
In an exclusive interview, leading financier Tidjane Thiam relates his vision of Africa and his belief in building more on the human capital of the continent.
The Eritrean diaspora contains a number of groups opposed to the dictatorial regime of President Isaias Afwerki but internal differences have prevented any effective action. How can they be brought together?
The diaspora is pulsating with young people eager to contribute to the development of Africa. Esther Angonemi Ebimoghan and Richard Leigh examine who they are, where they live and what motivates them.
Recalling the New Cross Fire, which killed several black teenagers in London 40 years ago, Clayton Goodwin wonders if all the good work done on community relations since is in danger of unravelling.