What began as an artistic practice by musician Petite Noir has quickly morphed into a state of mind; a way of expressing the identity of the African diaspora.
In a shocking new series, photographer Kai Löffelbein reveals the effects of illegal e-waste dumping.
US photographer Makena Mambo returns to her roots for her latest project, capturing the colour of East Africa.
The photographer, known for his stylish documentation of Mali in the ’60s, is being celebrated in a new exhibition at New York’s Jack Shainman Gallery.
Letso Leipego captures the locals and landscapes of his native country for his ongoing photography project, Tell My Story.
The Angolan war killed two million people, making it one of the deadliest of the 20th century. But 16 years on, its violent legacy still haunts the region.
Roland Brockmann spent two years in Kenya and Tanzania, gathering stories from those largely ignored by international media: people just quietly navigating the ups-and-downs of life.
Visual artist Nicola Brandt memorialises the German-Namibian War of 1904–1908 – considered by many to be the first genocide of the 20th century – in an eerie new project.
Afrobeat’s leading ambassador is coming of age with his politically charged fourth album, Black Times. He talks to writer John Doran about corruption, fake news, and stepping out of his father’s shadow.
Artist Tabita Rezaire is as unconventional as it gets. Using a mix of technology and traditional African practices, she’s determined to counteract the oppressive forces of the internet – finding herself in the process.
Lead guitarist Graham Dickson travels across the country with Oxfam, to find out more about the charity’s extreme poverty solutions.
The legendary photographer’s work – which examines Mali life in the 1950s, ‘60s and ‘70s – is being celebrated with a new book and exhibition.