British photographer Tariq Zaidi recounts documenting a subculture of people making bold fashion statements on the streets of Brazzaville.
A new photo series by Todd Antony spotlights a talented team of players who are overcoming adversity and finding solace through football.
With his latest feature, the French-Ivorian filmmaker has crafted an empathetic blend of myth and reality, set inside a prison run by its inmates.
In the wake of the country’s government indefinitely suspending the platform and threatening prosecution of users who post tweets, Nigerians are fighting back and defending their right to freedom of speech.
A new book and exhibition aims to shed light on the archive of James Barnor – an artist who created a vital document of Ghanian Independence and London’s swinging ‘60s.
Despite strict laws in Nigeria forbidding homosexuality, queer adult performers are flocking to the adult platform and turning an impressive profit.
As inmates inside Douala Central Prison gear up for the release of their first album, writer Thomas Hobbs speaks to the people behind the project.
After the sudden passing of her grandfather, writer Chanté Joseph came to learn of her family's surprising history, and her great-great-grandfather's legacy as Nigeria's 'bread king'.
In 'the everyday waiting' photographer Jabulani Dhlamini sheds light on the situation in one of South Africa's poorest neighbourhoods.
We talk to London DJ duo Coldcut about their new project, which features a cast of rising (and already established) musical talent from around the world.
A new generation of image-makers are presenting a complex, kaleidoscopic portrait of the continent.
Photographer Liz Johnson Artur – a self-described ‘product of migration’ – has been capturing the African diaspora since 1986.