Book Review: ‘Afrotopia’, Africa Needs To Know And Express What It Wants For Itself

Sarr calls first for some inward looking by Africa. The need for healing the psychological effects of “centuries of alienation and enslavement” to regain self-esteem and self-respect.

In A Uganda Forest, Strange Sounds From Africa And Beyond: The Wonderfully Wacky Nyege Nyege Festival

Nyege is more than just a bohemian, Glastonbury-like weekend of music and debauchery (which it was)

Senegal: The Politics Of Death, The Sweet Memories Of Diouf’s Graceful Exit, And Why Abdoulaye Wade Could Win Election Because He Is The Worst Candidate

At the age of 85, most men and women are grateful that they have the eyesight, hearing, and energy to play with their great grandchildren. Not so Senegal’s President Abdoulaye Wade. He fiddled the rules to so he could run for president a third time although the constitution bars it. So instead going home after two terms in power, he …