Chaos in Harare as Police and Demonstrators Face Off at Electoral Reform Protest
Zimbabwe’s whispers of discontent are growing louder. Zinyange Auntony takes us inside Friday’s electoral reform protest in Harare.
This Year’s Chale Wote Street Art Festival Shows It’s Getting Bigger and Better
Ghanaian photographer Ofoe Amegavie takes Okayafrica inside Accra’s Chale Wote Street Art Festival 2016 through his lens.
Tarnished Glory: Kenya’s Sporting Nightmare
Kenyan athlete’s managed to win a record number of medals at Rio 2016 despite a complete breakdown at the administrative level.
Blinky Bill of Just A Band Returns With a Dance EP and Nightmarish Music Video
Blinky Bill shares the 5-track ‘We Cut Keys While You Wait’ EP and a brand new music video.
Afropreneurs: Meet Xiomara Rosa-Tedla Behind Handmade Ethiopian Leather Bag Line UnoEth
In this third installment, Okayafrica speaks with Xiomara Rosa-Tedla, co-founder of father-daughter business, UnoEth, specializing in high-quality, handmade leather goods sourced from Ethiopia.
The Top 10 Davido Songs
While we wait on ‘The Baddest,’ we thought we’d sort through Davido’s countless hits and compile his 10 best songs.
Okayafrica & Everyday People Present EVERYDAY AFRIQUE Rooftop Party This Labor Day
The Silent T in Nigeria’s LGBT Community
Filmmaker Noni Salma on what it means to be a Nigerian trans-woman in New York and the fight for LGBT rights in Nigeria.
2Baba and Sauti Sol Want to Make a Dreamer Out of You in the New Video for ‘Oya Come Make We Go’
Nigeria’s 2Baba teams up with Kenya’s hardest working boy band, Sauti Sol, in the new visuals for “Oya Come Make We Go.”…
Meet Moelogo, South London’s Rising Afrobeats Star
We sit down with British-Nigerian songwriter Moelogo to talk about his new EP ‘Ìréti’ and his South London influences.
Zambia’s Olympic Medalist Samuel Matete on the Highs and Lows of Rio 2016
Zambia last won an Olympic medal 20 years ago in Atlanta. Okayafrica asks the legend his thoughts on Zambia at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
On Telling the Human Story of Apartheid Through Film