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.
5 Designers Putting Zambian Fashion on the Map
Zambia’s Olympic Medalist Samuel Matete on the Highs and Lows of Rio 2016
Zambia last won an Olympic medal 20 years ago in Atlanta. Okayafrica asks the legend his thoughts on Zambia at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
20 African Athletes Who Made History at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games
African athletes thrilled and inspired us during the Rio 2016 games. We look back at our 20 favorite moments of the summer Olympics.
The Zambian Presidential Elections Exposed Major Rifts That Must be Mended
The most violent elections in Zambian history are a warning sign that tribalism must be reigned in.
Meet the Zambian Radio DJs Who Could Play a Pivotal Role in this Week’s Presidential Election
‘Hope and Chi’ have spent eight stormy years on air as the megaphone for Zambia’s voiceless.
A Zambian Judoka Pulled Off the Ultimate Upset at the Rio 2016 Olympics
Zambian judoka Mathews Punza puts Team Zambia on the map at the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics.
This 19-year-old Is Flying High as Zambia’s Youngest Pilot Ever
Besa Mumba is flying high as a first officer for Proflight Zambia.
Delusional Memoirist Louise Linton Can Count Delusional Donald Trump Among Her Social Circle
“I appreciate [Trump] is polarising individuals politically, but in person he is thoughtful, personable and polite.”…
Delusional White Woman Louise Linton Draws Ire of African Twitter for Egregious “Zambian Memoir”
Louise Linton’s “How my dream gap year in Africa turned into a nightmare” is the dumbest, most egregious piece of writing on Africa of the 21st century.
NomesDee and the Navigating of the Digital Diaspora
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.