Events

Introducing Okayafrica DC!

Okayafrica's first party in D.C. featuring DJs Underdog, Native Sun, Kimozaki, Nykoskiie, and Drew Cool. December 5th, 2012.


DC! In the name of promoting the latest music and culture coming from Africa and the diaspora, Okayafrica is launching its first party in Washington, D.C. this Wednesday, December 5th. Resident spinner DJ Underdog will provide sounds that are mind-wide and foot-friendly, while DJs Native Sun, Kimozaki, Nykoskiie and Drew Cool accompany the mood of the night. Anything is fair game, but you will probably hear some afrobeat, tribal house, kwaito, kuduro, South African house, zouk, soukous, coupe decale and hiplife. No pretensions, no commercial radio nonsense, and no laptops allowed. Learn more about Okayafrica Wednesdays by following our Facebook and Twitter. See all info in the flyer below.

News Brief
Photo by ER Lombard/Gallo Images via Getty Images.

COVID-19 Cases Surge To Five Million In Africa

As the world approaches a post-pandemic era, South Africa, Kenya, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco, Ethiopia and Egypt top the list of countries contributing to Africa's alarming five million COVID-19 cases.

Africa has reportedly reached a highly concerning number of COVID-19 cases. Recent statistics show that over five million Africans have contracted the coronavirus since its discovery in 2019. These numbers are alarming despite Africa's large population of over 1.2 billion, marking a reported increase of 16 percent in death rates. South Africa, which is officially in a third wave, leads the numbers and accounts for half of the deaths across the continent. On the contrary, cases globally have been declining for the sixth consecutive week.

Keep reading... Show less

get okayafrica in your inbox

popular.

African Diplomats Kicked Out Of South Africa For Selling Booze Illegally

So far, Lesotho and Malawi diplomats were expelled after South African officials discovered that they had been involved in illicit alcohol trading.