Through her work, Nigerian photographer Etinosa Osayimwen hopes to create impact and contribute to a slightly better world. Get carried away by some of her breathtaking pictures.
Men and women in various communities of North West Cameroon, come together in what they call ‘Njangi groups’.
In an investigative report, shared with The Bright Continent earlier this week, investigators thoroughly describe how the continuous atrocities and suffering in South Sudan, are rather beneficial for an army general who illustrates the corrupted and bad (political) leadership in world’s youngest country.
Earlier this month, The Bright Continent spoke with Dutch Minister Lilianne Ploumen about the combination of trade and aid in one Ministry, the pros and cons of development cooperation, and youth unemployment in Africa.
The British-Sudanese billionaire and entrepreneur Mo Ibrahim, annually awards an African statesman for excellent leadership and good governance. Unfortunately, the prize has not been awarded since 2014 due to a lack of excelling candidates.
The government’s lack of long-term insights, will irreversibly rebound on the sustainable development of Nigeria.
A conversation with Aden Hassan Tarah from Somalia, who happened to be reassigned to the ‘Land of the Free,’ just before Donald Trump was elected president.
Youth involvement is an indispensable aspect of developing societies, but unfortunately, often neglected by senior policymakers.
“If you can survive in Nigeria, you can survive in any part of the world.”
On the eve of World Malaria Day, the World Health Organization (WHO) has announced it will intensify its efforts to prevent malaria.
Learn more about Africa’s oldest national park and its brave rangers, who risk their lives for the preservation of one of world’s most magical eco-systems.
An inspiring afternoon during which the passion and ambition of a diverse group of entrepreneurs, coaches and speakers, was nearly tangible.
A discussion about South Africa, migration, our perspective on the continent and personal experiences with Dutch correspondent and documentary filmmaker, Bram Vermeulen.
Born to Indian immigrants, Ahmed ‘Kathy’ Kathrada has fulfilled a major role in South Africa’s recent history as one of the greatest anti-Apartheid advocates during the decades of white minority rule.
Currently, a devastating famine causes the suffering of over 20 million people in the Horn of Africa, South Sudan, Nigeria an Yemen.
Somalia’s former prime-minister, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, remarkably won the presidential elections.
Yesterday the face of Congolese opposition, Etienne Tshisekedi, died in Brussels at the age of 84.
After several exicting and nerve-wracking weeks in western Africa, former president Yahya Jammeh, from the Gambia, eventually decided to withdraw from office.
After eight years, Barack Obama has left the Oval Office and the global political arena.
Supported by this photo, Bram Vermeulen – a Dutch correspondent and documentary filmmaker – illustrated what is, according to him, the general misunderstanding between the European Union (EU) and African countries.
Poverty, violence, famines and war. Just a few words often mentioned in one breath with Africa.