36 African Teams Made It to the “First Global” Robotics Challenge In D.C.—Here’s How They’re Doing
The inaugural youth robotics competition, First Global Challenge, is taking place right now in Washington D.C. and these African teams are there to represent.
The Stories You Need to Know: Ethiopia’s Internet Shutdown, Malian Sisters Have Their Eyes On the Grand Slam and More
From Ethiopia’s internet shutdown to two Malian sisters hoping to take the tennis world by storm. Here are the stories you need to know.
Diaspora Eats: 7 African Restaurants in New York City That You Need to Try
The Dashiki: The History of a Radical Garment
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.
The Stories You Need to Know
South Africa scrapping visa requirements for Africans, the Nigerian student who graduated college at just 18 and more.
6 Recent Times France Has Intervened in Africa
Here are six recent times that France has intervened on the African continent.
7 African Documentaries On Netflix That You Must Watch Right Now
You Need This ‘Original Sound of Mali’ Compilation In Your Life
Mr. Bongo’s ‘The Original Sound of Mali’ is the perfect introduction to the vanguards and innovators of Mali’s distinct musical style.
Les Amazones d’Afrique, a Supergroup For Female Empowerment
The all-female supergroup Les Amazones d’Afrique’s new album, ‘République Amazon,’ is a message of charity, power and unbridled femininity.
Songhoy Blues Announce Their Upcoming Album and Share New Single, ‘Bamako’
Psychedelic Malian rock group, Songhoy Blues have announced the release of their sophomore album ‘Résistance.’…
Tamikrest’s ‘Kidal’ Is a Tuareg Blues Love Letter to Their Northern Malian Hometown
Mali’s socio-politically charged Tamikrest are back with their fourth studio album, a resilient & somber LP devoted to the band’s hometown.
Oumou Sangaré and Tony Allen’s New Video For ‘Yere Faga’ Will Give You Life
Grammy Award-winning Malian singer Oumou Sangaré and Tony Allen share a message of strength in the face of suicide and depression.