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Africa needs Bacon…and better data

Even if data analysis in Africa has allegedly allowed analysts to expand the boundaries of inquiry, social science research in…

US restricts tobacco imports from Malawi over labour abuses

“Malawi is being forced to confront child and forced labour practices after the US restricted tobacco imports from the impoverished…

The battle to get Europe to return thousands of Africa’s stolen artifacts is getting complicated

“Up to 90% of Sub-Saharan Africa’s material cultural legacy is outside of the continent, according to the French government-commissioned 2018…

Readers from 33 countries

Today our readers come from Algeria, Morocco, Senegal, Mali, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Australia, Malaysia, China,…

Readers from 37 countries

Today our readers come from Canada, USA, South Africa, Madagascar, Zambia, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, Mauritania,…

What Africa needs

Gertrude Stein wrote that ‘a rose is a rose is a rose’. In a letter to Stein, with whom he…

Some African superstitions worth believing because they are backed by science

” when it comes to African myths, most people believe without questioning.” source:  https://www.pulse.ng/lifestyle/food-travel/some-african-superstitions-worth-believing-because-they-are-backed-by-science/epxs0hx You may also be interested in: Brilliant…

The African Regional Health Report: The Health of the People

“The Health of the People is the first report to focus on the health of the 738 million people living in…

African art rising in popularity

“The value of African art has risen 200 per cent over the last four years. Art auctioneers and valuers Bonhams are…

Contemporary Art From Africa Is Seizing Global Attention. Here’s Your Guide to Six Emergent Art Markets Making It Happen

Africa’s “local collector base is growing steadily—Sotheby’s fourth dedicated auction of Modern and contemporary African art in April was dominated by…

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