The Museum of British Colonialism is a joint UK-Kenyan project created to communicate a more truthful account of colonialism. Gabriel Moshenska explains its foundation and purpose
UK museums need to tell the whole story of how looted African objects arrived in the UK and develop an equitable dialogue with their rightful owners, says Janice Cheddie
As the world joins hands to demonstrate against the killing in broad daylight of unarmed George Floyd, Africa by and large has remained silent. This is a shameful stance and must change says editor-at-large Baffour Ankomah
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.