A Not So Different World: An African Student’s Love Letter to American HBCUs
In this personal essay, Cameroonian writer Kangsen Feka Wakai recalls his time as an African immigrant at a Historically Black College.
The Stories You Need To Know: South Africa’s Social Media Boycott Fails, South Sudan No Longer In Famine, And More
#SocialMediaBlackOut ironically trends in South Africa, and more stories from the continent.
Diaspora Eats: 11 of the Best African Restaurants in Paris
Travel Diary: Eposi Litumbe Explores All Corners of Africa and Beyond
The Cameroonian-American travel blogger and filmmaker takes us to four of her favorite spots in Africa and one in ancient Greece.
Trending Now: Angelina-Print Dashiki Fashion
Check out how girls and guys from the continent and diaspora are rocking Angelina-print dashikis styles this summer.
Meet Tonjé Bakang, the Cameroonian Creator of Africa’s Netflix
Tonjé Bakang’s goal is simple: to provide African and African diaspora films to its subscribers through Afrostream.
The Afro-Diaspora Guide to Surviving America’s 45th President
Are you an African immigrant worried about Trump? Here are 4 tips for surviving and perhaps even thriving these tyrannical times.
Cameroonians Are Getting Their Internet Back After a Three Month Government Block
After a three month block, Cameroon’s president has ordered that the internet be turned back on in the country’s Anglophone regions.
These 4 African Writers Are Killing It This Week In the Literary World
Here are some African writers who’ve recently won or been shortlisted for major literary awards.
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.