New African’s Editor-at-Large is working on a book that will set the record straight on the negative myths pedalled about Africa
A Ugandan female domestic worker is butchered to death by her ‘master’ in Iraqi Kurdistan.
The Year of Return is an opportune moment for Ghanaians to reflect on their own shortcomings.
The shocking images of a new form of slavery have finally brought the plight of Africans trapped in Libya to international, and national African attention.
Although Ghana officially launched the Return to Africa project last year, the history of Africans in the diaspora returning to the Mother Continent goes back …
Recalling Africa’s harrowing tale of its first slavers – The Arabs – as UK Slave Trade Abolition is commemorated
The 25th March was, as usual, commemorated as the day Britain officially abolished its Slave Trade in 1807. But how many recall that Arab slavers were …