For Terakaft, rock ’n’ roll doesn’t mean women, sex and drugs. It means using guitars not guns to fight for a brighter future.
Fears of Boko Haram, vote rigging and political violence couldn’t stop Nigerians from voting for the country’s first democratic transfer of power.
Sixteen features British actor Roger Jean Nsengiyumva whose Rwandan past is testament to what can happen when you persevere against all odds.
Tuareg rebel rockers Terakaft share behind-the-scenes video for new album Alone.
Elijah Zgambo may be responsible for the evolution of skateboarding in Zambia, but it was dodging skinheads as a black skater in Russia where he first discovered his passion.
Deep in the Congo, filmmaker Orlando von Einsiedel met a community willing to risk their lives for another species.
Huck pays tribute to an African soul rebel and offers you the chance to win a copy of Alex Gibney’s new Fela Kuti documentary.
Author Jackie Higgins reveals the key trends and brightest talents driving street photography forward around the world.
African youth are building a new skate lifestyle industry on their own terms at WAFFLESNCREAM.
Insightful photobook See What I See presents The Gambia, as seen through the analogue photography of 18 students who live there.