'The Walking Dead' actress and 'Eclipsed' playwright Danai Gurira is absolutely radiant in the latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
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Classmates of graduating high school senior Mike Tertsea raised money to fly out his mom from Benue State, Nigeria for…
An exchange between Saint Record founder Solange and an Internet troll underscores a larger debate within African literary circles.
On May 25 countries throughout Africa and its diaspora celebrate the establishing of the Organisation of African Unity.
Zandile Tisani's short film spotlights the pan-African street styles of the Johannesburg suburb.
The 13th edition of the 2016 African Film Festival launches May 26 between Morocco and Spain.
Nigerian entrepreneur Taofick Okoya is bringing his "Queens of Africa" doll line to the U.S.
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Recording live from Cape Town, Yasiin Bey & Ferrari Sheppard share "Tall Sleeves" under their Dec. 99th moniker.
Hide Ya Writers, Reporters And Novelists, Egypt Arresting Everyone Out Here
The Sisi regime is cracking down on creative workers of all stripes.
New Study Says North Africa Is About To Be Hot AF
Climate change is raising temperatures in North Africa by twice the global rate.
‘Tickling Giants’ Is The Powerful Story Of “The Egyptian Jon Stewart,” Bassem Youssef
Egyptian political satirist Bassem Youssef is the subject of a new documentary by 'The Daily Show' senior producer, Sara Taksler.
Keeping Ancient Rock Art Alive Across Africa
There are an estimated one million ancient rock art sites on the African continent. These people want to document all of them.
Africa & The Diaspora At Tribeca Film Festival 2016
From a new doc on "the Egyptian Jon Stewart" to the story of a young & female Tunisian rocker, here's our Tribeca Film Festival roundup.
The African Leaders Named In The Panama Papers And Their Crimes
The biggest data leak in history reveals how global elites hide their money. These are the Africans mentioned so far.
A Cairo Art Story: On Moving To Egypt And The Hoax Of Authenticity
Okayafrica sits down with Cairo-based mixed media artist Ibrahim Ahmed.
New York-Based Curator Dexter Wimberly Is Bringing The Work Of These 4 African Artists To North Carolina
A new exhibition in Raleigh will spotlight the work of four African artists based in the U.S.
American Muslims & The U.S. Presidential Election
Dalia Mogahed answers our questions about the American Muslim community and the upcoming presidential election.
These 11 Photos Illustrate The Diverse And Innovative ‘Ways We Watch Films In Africa’
The 'Ways We Watch Films in Africa' exhibition in Scotland celebrates the diverse and innovative film-viewing habits across Africa.
Film Africa: A Photographic Preview Of The UK’s Largest African Film Festival
London's fifth-annual Film Africa festival will screen over 60 film titles from 27 different countries.
Public Enemy Salute All 54 African Countries In The Video For ‘Mine Again’
Public Enemy reconnects with Africa in their new music video for "Mine Again," which features shout-outs to the entire continent.
The Best Of Egyptian Cinema
Sherif Awad, a film critic and curator based in Cairo, highlights ten of the best Egyptian films of all time.