History consultant Kwaku recounts the story of his mother-in-law, Dzagbele Matilda Asante, who was working in Britain as a nurse at the time the NHS was founded in 1948
Ethiopia is host to the world’s largest population of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs).
Behind the screaming headlines about African migrants, the reality is very different.
Cape Town’s BoKaap Quarter is the traditional home to the city’s ‘Brown people’ and one of the most enduring cultural heritage sites in the country. …
South Africa should be deeply ashamed of the recent resurgence of attacks on foreign black Africans.
The spate of African-on-African xenophobia raises ugly questions.