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.
All 6 Victims Of The Quebec City Mosque Shooting Were African Immigrants
Six African immigrants were killed in a mass shooting at Quebec City mosque on Sunday night.
9 African Footwear Brands You Need In These Streets
The Ultimate Guide to Streaming African Movies on Netflix
TIFF 2016: The Ultimate Guide to African Movies at the Toronto International Film Festival
Moroccan Boxer Hassan Saada Busted on Sexual Assault Charges in Rio
Light heavyweight Moroccan boxer Hassan Saada was slated to fight Saturday, but will be in jail instead as his sexual assault investigation begins.
How Countries Poach African Athletes To Win Olympic Medals
Changing nationalities in sports is common but what does it mean for African teams to lose great athletes to countries willing to pay more?
This Week in Photos: Zakaria Wakrim
Infidels is a Novel About a Gay Jihadi, and Also Not About That At All
Billed as a homosexual coming-of-age story that ends with a suicide bombing, Infidels is so much more.
This Pioneering Film Festival Is Showcasing African Cinema & Straddling Two Continents
The 13th edition of the 2016 African Film Festival launches May 26 between Morocco and Spain.
The First-Ever Cameroonian-Moroccan Rap Collaboration Will Soundtrack Your Weekend
Keeping Ancient Rock Art Alive Across Africa