At a summit in St. Petersburg, Russia, President Vladimir V. Putin offered free grain as he sought to shore up ties with the continent. But lower-than-hoped-for attendance among African leaders hinted at tempering support.
The International African American Museum opens Tuesday in Charleston, S.C. It’s built on the site of Gadsden’s Wharf, where enslaved Africans entered the country.
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Binyavanga Wainaina attacked insulting clichés in the essay, “How to Write About Africa,” in 2005. In a posthumous collection of the same name, his range as a writer is on display.
(Bloomberg) — South African President Cyril Ramaphosa walked back his statement that the country plans to withdraw from the International …
After years of shifts, The Africa Center has the plans and space to grow. Can it raise the funds to carry out its ambitions?
Cyclone Freddy displaced more than 400,000, confirming scientists’ worst fears about extreme weather caused by global warming.
Coup leaders’ moves could imperil democratic transition and further strain ties between African states and the West.
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Almaz Negash lives in California, but never forgot her native Eritrea. Now she heads a group that brings together dispersed Africans, philanthropists, entrepreneurs and business leaders.