The Rise of Zimbabwe’s Punk Bands
There’s a new wave of Zimbabwean punk and afro fusion groups blending national sounds with punk, hip-hop, reggae and more.
‘Eclipsed’ Playwright Danai Gurira and Producers Honored for Their Groundbreaking Work
Eclipsed on Broadway’s Danai Gurira, Stephen C. Byrd and Alia Jones-Harvey continue to make history.
Zimbabwe’s Open Wound: Why Zimbabweans Are Still Protesting a 3-Year-Old Election
An urgent exploration into the difficulties of Zimbabwean electoral reform in the age of Robert Mugabe and #Thisflag…
The Ultimate Guide to Streaming African Movies on Netflix
Diaspora Mugabe Supporters and the Limits of a Neocolonial Pan-Africanism
Yes, imperialists want to replace Mugabe. But it is deeply condescending to suggest that Zimbabweans don’t understand their own politics.
A Zimbabwean Activist Recalls Her Ordeal in Harare’s Most Notorious Prison
5 Extraordinary Artworks at the Joburg Art Fair
Meet the World Record-Breaking Zimbabwean Comedian About to Conquer the World
Chaos in Harare as Police and Demonstrators Face Off at Electoral Reform Protest
Zimbabwe’s whispers of discontent are growing louder. Zinyange Auntony takes us inside Friday’s electoral reform protest in Harare.
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.
African Olympic Football Updates: A Continent’s Hope Rests on Nigeria
As the Rio 2016 Olympics games steam ahead, we’ll keep tracking the African teams in the Men’s and Women’s Football competitions.
Zimbabwe Journalists Under Siege Amid Escalating Protests
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.