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.
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After speculation that Omar Hassan al-Bashir, who had been serving a prison sentence, had been freed, the army said that he was being held in a military hospital but provided no evidence.
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.
The Central African country is wracked by war, poverty and environmental plunder — and it may be the future of the Catholic Church.
The West African country had demanded that French troops leave. France confirmed they would be out in a month.
Marilyn Nance was 23 when she photographed FESTAC ’77, the immense gathering of Black artists in Nigeria. In ‘Last Day in Lagos,’ she shares her archive.
Bobi Wine, the pop star who became a presidential candidate, considers rebuilding his anti-government movement after a violent election season
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