A Plea for the Living and Unborn: Reflections On an Abortion
A father-to-be reflects on asking his partner to get an abortion she didn’t want and wonders what could have been.
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.
Cameroon’s Champion Google Coder Is Blocked From the Internet
Nji Collins is Africa’s first Google coding contest winner, but his home in North West Cameroon is still blocked from the Internet.
English-Speaking Cameroonians Have Been Blocked from the Internet for Nearly a Month
People in Cameroons predominantly English-speaking regions are being blocked from using the Internet by the country’s government.
Inside Trump’s Secret Whatsapp Group with African Dictators
We’ve been leaked text of Trump’s conversations with some of Africa’s longest serving leaders.
Wanna Hear Grime Verses Over Afrobeat Tracks? This ‘Afrogrime’ EP Has You Covered
French producer Ozferti mixes classic UK grime bars from with Nigerian afrobeat on his ‘Afrogrime’ EP.
Watch The Best Throwback Thursday Music Video by Cameroon’s Rick James
Jimmy Takoube’s music video for “Dream Me Up” resurfaced on the internet this week—read more to find out why it’s a must-watch.
An Exclusive Interview With Africa’s Favorite Footballer, Roger Milla
Roger Milla ranks himself as the second greatest African football player of all time after Salif Keïtta and ahead of George Weah.
African Fantasy Video Game ‘Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan’ is Getting Made Into a Hollywood Movie
Cameroonian video game developers Madiba Olivier and Kiro’o Games’ ‘Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan’ is headed to the big screen.
Cameroonian NBA Star Joakim Noah Skipped a Team Dinner With West Point Cadets Because He’s Against War
NBA star Joakim Noah cited his anti-war beliefs as the reason he skipped the New York Knicks’ annual team dinner with West Point cadets.
Get to Know the Cameroonian Author Behind a Million-Dollar Book Deal
Imbolo Mbue first captured our attention when she inked an exceptional million-dollar deal with Penguin Random House in 2014 for her eagerly awaited debut work ‘Behold the Dreamers.’…
Stanley Enow: 10 Things I Love About Cameroon
Douala-based rapper Stanley Enow selects the 10 things he loves the most about Cameroon.
This Exciting Afrofuturist Role-Playing Game Is Revolutionizing the Video Game Industry in Africa & Beyond
Cameroon’s Kiro’o Studio’s ‘Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan’ presents a “symbolic story of Africa.”…