Africa's Biggest Street Art Festival Will Make You Not Hate Street Art
Thousands of people filled the streets of Accra's Jamestown district for Chale Wote, a celebration of some of the continent's best artists.
Africa Is Going Through an Opioid Crisis, But It's Not What You Think
Labourers are taking counterfeit pills in order to work longer hours.
West African Music Is Much More Than Just Afrobeats
The alté community is attempting to reinvent popular culture.
The Young Women Leading Nigeria's #MeToo Revolution
The movement has reached Africa's largest country after a prominent pastor was accused of rape.
How a Young Sierra Leonean Is Fighting Poverty with Bicycles
Two wheels can make all the difference, as philanthropist and bike enthusiast Abdul Karim Kamara knows.
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Why Africa's Showpiece Football Tournament Is Gambling on Change
This summer's other festival of football is trying to shake a history of poor timing and financial mismanagement.
This Is How to Talk About Africa's Development
LSE's Africa Summit hosted a broad range of informed experts from across the continent, there to discuss its future.
This Vegan Chocolate Bar Comes with a Proud Ghanaian Legacy
South London entrepreneur Raphael Dapaah’s grandparents owned cocoa plantations in Ghana. Now, he and his siblings run a chocolate business committed to paying cocoa farmers a fair wage.
Photos from the Epicentre of DR Congo's Ebola Crisis
Nearly 500 people have died in the country's tenth Ebola outbreak in 40 years.
The Whole Weezer/"Africa" Thing Was My Fault and I’m So Sorry
A Noisey editor's formal apology for helping to create a pop culture monster.
Listen to Weezer Cover TLC, Black Sabbath and More on ‘The Teal Album’
After their "Africa" cover miraculously came into existence last year, Rivers Cuomo and co have decided to release a whole damn covers album.
"Worst Sound Installation Ever" to Play Toto's "Africa" for All Eternity
Artist Max Siedentopf has set up some battery-powered speakers in the Namib Desert. "Africa" will play on loop until the installation is consumed by the sands of time.
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