In Cote d’Ivorie, A Nation Of Migrants, A Referendum On The Constitution Raises Dust

The proposed constitution maintains a two-term limit, which 85% of Ivoirians support and establishes a senate, one-third of who will be directly appointed by the president

Kinky, Curly Hair: A Tool Of Resistance In The African Diaspora – Thank You Social Media And Music

In apartheid South Africa, the “pencil test” – inserting a pencil into hair and testing whether it would hold or fall out – was used to determine proximity to whiteness, and access to political, social and economic privileges

Mugabe, Museveni, Kagame Are The Last ‘Liberators’ Left Standing: Africa’s Disappearing ‘Revolutionaries’ – In Pictures

Mugabe, the world’s oldest head of state, yet again disappointed his enemies and critics, by returning home alive