Diaspora Eats: 7 of the Best African Restaurants In Amsterdam
Diaspora Eats: 11 of the Best African Restaurants in Paris
The Stories You Need To Know: South Africans To Go On #SocailMediaBlackOut, Luanda The Most Expensive City To Live In For Expats, And More
In an attempt to lobby network providers to decrease data costs, South Africans are set to boycott social media today.
Diaspora Eats: 10 of the Best African Restaurants in London
OkayAfrica’s 100 Women
OkayAfrica’s 100 Women is our first annual look at the women making an impact on the African continent and in the diaspora. From the biggest names in culture to young up-and-comers, we’ve got ’em.
All 6 Victims Of The Quebec City Mosque Shooting Were African Immigrants
Six African immigrants were killed in a mass shooting at Quebec City mosque on Sunday night.
BBC African Footballer of the Year 2016 Nominees Revealed
Meet the nominees for the BBC African Footballer of the Year award 2016.
The Black British Experience Is a Dream & Nightmare in This Must-Watch Music Video From Brother Portrait
Sierra Leonean Black British artist Brother Portrait explores the duality of migrant identity in “Seeview/Rearview.”…
Watch a Young & Radical Nelson Mandela in the Political Thriller ‘Mandela’s Gun’ Trailer
‘Mandela’s Gun’ is a political thriller based on Nelson Mandela’s 1962 “African odyssey”…
Four African Paralympians Ran the 1500 Meters Faster Than Their Able-Bodied Counterparts
Algerian, Kenyan and Ethiopian visually impaired runners outperform Olympians. The Ethiopian crosses fists in solidarity with Oromo protests.
African Olympic Football Updates: A Continent’s Hope Rests on Nigeria
As the Rio 2016 Olympics games steam ahead, we’ll keep tracking the African teams in the Men’s and Women’s Football competitions.
How Algeria’s Freedom Fighters Founded a Football Team and Created a Nation
As Algeria faces off against Honduras today at Rio 2016, we look back at the teams origins in the Algerian independence struggle from France.
Ranking African Universities: Hypocrisy, Impunity and Complicity
Organizations that use defective data to rank African Universities must be resisted by those who believe in the future of higher education.