Sudanese artists in exile feel the suffering the same as the victims back home

Mohamed Adam, a 32-year-old Sudanese musician, managed to bring a sense of peace to his native town of Nyala in the western Darfur region...

Kenya’s shilling is gaining value, but don’t expect it to last

By Odongo Kodongo Shortly after Kenya’s 2022 elections, the shilling depreciated rapidly against the US dollar – the country’s main currency for international transactions –...

Africa can no longer be lectured

Interview on Africa’s position in the world with Murithi Mutiga, head of programs with the International Crisis Group in Nairobi Africa hardly played a role...

“What an irony that Ethiopia is now the last country in Africa to become democratic” – Eskinder Nega

Eskinder Nega is tense. The Ethiopian journalist travels next week to meet his eleven-year-old son Nafkot in the United States after being in captivity...

Kenya has become a “bandit economy”, says Chief Justice Willy Mutunga

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Chinua Achebe: Peaceful world my sincerest wish

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Shuga may shock

Times on Kenyan TV have surely changed: Soap Opera shocks in a country where just 25 years ago a President banned American TV programmes for showing bikini-clad ladies performing some mildly sensual dances. A new century, a new president. A new TV.

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