The sharpest minds on burning issues
A country starts reflecting on itself.
Photography, belief and truth merge at Lagos Photo.
The world according to ZAM
The winners of the photography contest POPCAP14 depict secluded young mothers, traditional elders, war survivors and children playing in the canals of a diamond mine.
How the people of South West Cameroon resisted sell-out leaders, corrupt politicians and land-grabbing businessmen.
Simon Njami's divine discovery.
Nigeria | Investigation in Niger Delta reveals the businessmen behind the kidnappings.
Six clients per night make up for what your parents can’t give you.
The artists' road trip from Lagos to Sarajevo
Relatives and friends of gays hope that this law will pass them by
It's two-and-a-half thousand dead rhinos vs. three-hundred-and-sixty-three dead poachers in the Kruger Park
Tobore Ovuorie's exposure of the criminal syndicates that smuggle sex workers
West-Africa | Undercover inside the human traffic mafia
Strikes and protests show that South Africa is going in the right direction
Botswana | Mangled between development, the desert and international 'protectors'
Lagos Photo presents the Megacity and the Non-City
Somalia | The soup goes to the cattle, the rice to the traders
How a photograph stains your brain.
Somalia | “I only had a little cut and it doesn’t bother me”
Snapping back at stereotypes.
Nigeria | Boko Haram reaps what state abuse and neglect have sown.
Uganda | How a community campaign did what 'Stop Kony 2012' and billions in aid money could not do.
African traders in Ghuangzou. Is Europe really yesterday's news?
South Africa | How three freedom fighters were assassinated in cold blood for mafia contracts.