The "Black Panther" actor and playwright is bringing the 1890s Rhodesia-set drama, to the prominent British theater company.
An Eritrean asylum seeker tells us about life after deportation from Israel and what he'd wished he'd done instead.
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"Refraction: New Photography of Africa and Its Diaspora" opens at Steven Kasher Gallery April 19 in NYC.
Take a look inside the Nubuke Foundation and Africa Lens' latest group exhibition which highlights the work of leading African women photographers.
The Ivorian-Ghanaian former model refuses the fashion industry to put him in a box—and he wants his work to reflect that.
We speak to the young Nigerian-American author of "Children of Blood and Bone" about the Yoruba themes in her book, colorism, asserting the power of blackness in fantasy and more.
The East African star is the latest to get detained in Tanzania's crack down on social media use.
"The UK stands ready to support any Commonwealth nation wanting to reform outdated legislation that makes such discrimination possible," said the British Prime Minister.
We speak with the founder and director of Sunday School on the rapid growth of the platform and how to build a strong brand.
The film is a combination of struggle and the power to dream and love.
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We speak to anthropologist and curator Niama Safia Sandy about the politics around the repatriation of African art.