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.
Emel Mathlouthi, the ‘Voice of the Tunisian Revolution,’ On Political Art & Her New Album
An interview with Tunisian singer Emel Mathlouthi, who’s releasing her second album, ‘Ensen,’ this week.
Emel Mathlouthi: 10 Things I Love About Tunisia
Emel Mathlouthi, whose songs became anthems for the Tunisian revolution, tells us her favorite things about her home country.
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.
Have You Heard Tunisian Disco? ’70s Band Carthago Will Show You
Tunisia’s Carthago created their sound by incorporating disco elements into their Arabic versions of soul & funk tunes. Label Habibi Funk is re-releasing their recordings.
Emel’s Tunisian Folk Electronica Is a Symbol of Political Resistance
Tunisian singer Emel Mathlouthi announces her upcoming album and shares her latest, politically-charged single “Ensen Dhaif.”…
TIFF 2016: The Ultimate Guide to African Movies at the Toronto International Film Festival
Africa’s First Ever Fencing Medalist Dedicates Bronze to Arab Women
Tunisian fencer Ines Boubakri clenches a Bronze medal in a foil match against Russia’s Aida Shanaeva. She’s the first African to clench a medal in fencing.
15 African Olympians You Should Be Following on Social Media
To mark the start of the Olympics, here are 15 African athletes you should keep an eye on this summer.
Keeping Ancient Rock Art Alive Across Africa
Africa & The Diaspora At Tribeca Film Festival 2016
The Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet Has Won The 2015 Nobel Peace Prize