When asked to define “Beauty” a young man surprises everyone with his ideal
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The television series is a gem of an idea; ask a head of state to act as tour guide of his in own (So far it has only been a he) country, with the...
In the 1950s and 60s arguably the greatest Jazzman, Louis Armstrong visited several African countries including Ghana and Sierra Leone. Today, 27th April as Sierra Leone celebrates its independence, we look at the great man’s visit with his family of musicians just months before Sierra Leone gained its independence. A trip marked with triumph and tragedy.
Reporting for AfricanPostmark from the Mindelo Carnival in Cape Verde, Paula Moio falls in love with Cape Verde, again and again.
Mboka, my new family, new friends. We drive along to places with names that roll off our tongues, Farafina, Wassau Stone circle, Janjanbureh, Juffureh, Kunte Kinte Island in yellow-green taxis, buses, dodging animals slow...
A visit to the vibrant city of Lagos is sure to capture your heart as AfricanPostmark’s Andrew Isabirye can testify.
The Baia das Gatas Festival is a perfect introduction to the beautiful Island of Cape Verde and runs from 11-14 August
A celebration of Africa at London’s South Bank – Africa Utopia 2017 featured panel discussions, food, fashion and arts and crafts from Africa.
Leroy Resenior’s recently launched a book tour to publicise his thought provoking autobiography “It’s Only Banter” recounting the highs and lows as a black football player in the English football league in the 1970s and 80s.
‘The Nile Project’ brings together musicians from all 11 countries (Egypt, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Burundi, Kenya, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan, South Sudan and Democratic Republic of Congo) through which the great river Nile flows. The musicians combine the rich musical heritage of their homeland with a social message.
A delayed but much anticipated inauguration of Adama Barrow in front of his people took place on 18th February, following his momentous defeat of the previous Gambian presiden Yahya Jammeh.