“I got a dollar and a dream.”...
The Somali-American actor, who first appeared in ‘Captain Phillips’ has scored his third feature film.
Pictures from frenzied fans confirms Drizzy has been visiting the Rainbow Nation.
The celebrated Nigerian novelist Adichie produces a new short story on the American election for The New York Times book…
Black Coffee takes home a BET Award for South Africa.
After the British Prime Minister announced his resignation, some tweeters are using the hashtag #IfDavidCameronWasAfrican.
Nicholas is currently signed to Elite Paris and Milan as well as parent agency BETH in Nigeria.
“The scene seems to be set to realize the dream of visa-free travel for African citizens within their own continent…
Keep an eye out for Asante, Oyelowo and Moitheri Pheto at tne BFI Awards, which runs from Oct. 5-16 in…
Proof you can’t keep exceptional talent down.
Here’s What You Need to Know About Africa Day 2016
On May 25 countries throughout Africa and its diaspora celebrate the establishing of the Organisation of African Unity.
Win Tickets To See ‘They Will Have To Kill Us First’ In The D.C. Area
'They Will Have To Kill Us First: Malian Music In Exile' heads to the D.C. area with screenings at AFI Silver Theatre in Silver Spring.
Pour Malick: A Photographic Tribute To The Late Malian Legend, Malick Sidibé
The Uncultured Club and Okayafrica team up to pay tribute to the late Malian photo legend Malick Sidibé in the streets of Johannesburg.
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.
The Late Malick Sidibé Had A Recent Streetwear Collaboration
Boston designer Zainab Sumu shares her experience working with Malick Sidibé on a streetwear collection.
Remembering Malick Sidibé
We asked a handful of artists and photographers to tell us about their experiences with the master photographer Malick Sidibé.
When Malick Sidibé’s Photographs Danced Before Me
The Malian photographer helped shape an African worldview and created a lexicon of black identity.
Malick Sidibé’s Work Will Live On After Death
The iconic Malian photographer passed away this week. We look back at Malick Sidibé’s career.
Win Tickets To See ‘They Will Have To Kill Us First: Malian Music In Exile’ In Theaters
'They Will Have To Kill Us First: Malian Music In Exile' continues on its North American theatrical run.
Okayafrica Presents Electrafrique Bamako With DJ Cortega & DJ Momo Mac!
Okayafrica is teaming up with Carrefour Créatif for a new edition of our Electrafrique party in Mali.
Songhoy Blues On Using Psychedelic Rock Against The Islamist Extremists In Mali
Mali's Songhoy Blues on how they formed a rock band in response to jihadists taking over their hometowns and made it big.
‘They Will Have To Kill Us First: Malian Music In Exile’ Is Now Playing In Theaters
Photos from the U.S. premiere of 'They Will Have To Kill Us First: Malian Music In Exile,' now playing in theaters.
‘They Will Have To Kill Us First’ Malian Music Documentary Opens In Theaters March 4
Okayafrica is an executive producer of the Malian music documentary 'They Will Have To Kill Us First,' opening in theaters March 4.