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.
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.
No sooner had we left Cabo Verde in 2015, that Isabella and I resolved that we would return. And, soon. So it was that a little more than a year on, we found ourselves,...
Whilst enjoying the delights of the mother of carnivals in Trinidad and Tobago, Amadu Massally discovers he is surrounded by reminders of mama Africa.
AfricanPostmark’s top 10 TED Talks focusing on Africa that challenges the single story portrayal of poverty, corruption war and other negativity
The natural hair movement is not a new phenomenon, images of women and men with gigantic and perfectly quaffed afros dominate some of our memories of the 60s and 70s. Women and men sporting...