Photographer Nick Brandt’s epic panoramas in Inherit The Dust highlight man’s destructive presence in places animals used to roam.
Club Sanaa work with Msamariakids Centre for Street Children in Moshi, Tanzania to empower marginalised young people through photography.
Dayo Ntwari is one of a new generation of writers using sci-fi to imagine a bold future for Africa and exorcise the demons of today, like corruption, religious exploitation and Boko Haram.
Rwanda’s health system overcame an AIDS epidemic after the 1994 genocide to become a shining example of success for developing countries worldwide.
Everyday Africa is a network of photojournalists and self-taught photographers, shifting perceptions of the continent with each Instagrammed image.
Road accidents are the second biggest killer in Africa, after HIV/AIDS. But SafeMotos are fuelling a tech boom with their life-saving app in Kigali – and beyond.
When Glenna Gordon stumbled across a Muslim romance novel in Nigeria’s religious north, she entered a world where the rules of love became a barrier - a border that marked the limits of how deeply she could connect.
Photographers Sipho Mpongo, Sean Metelerkamp and Wikus de Wet travelled South Africa together as Twenty Journey to understand the land that binds them. Here they select their favourite Instagrammers.
Club Sanaa are working with Msamariakids Centre for Street Children in Moshi to empower marginalised young people through photography.
Alex Majoli and Paolo Pellegrin immersed themselves in Congolese society to come away with a multilayered portrait that will shift perceptions of the troubled land.
From slinging their CDs at the roadside to performing two gigs at once, Niger’s Tal National could teach other musicians a thing to two about hustling.
Documentary Shield and Spear reveals the limits to freedom of expression in South Africa today and introduces the "Rainbow Generation" driving an exciting new wave of creativity.