This #AfricaMonth, we list ten books by writers from the diaspora.
Tag: Africa Month
From informal hair salons to women led football teams, photographer Dahlia Maubane has a knack for uncovering Jozi’s lesser known narratives.
Ghanaian artist Zohra Opoku’s introspective multi-media work explores the role of textiles in disparate cultures and spaces in relation to African history.
8 bloggers, stylists and designers who are documenting and shaping African street style now.
Africa is home to some of the greatest music the world over, and this year’s Africa Day concert does a great job at bringing them together.
Influenced by African motifs and religious cosmology, Victor Ehikhamenor’s work is a near hypnotic blend of line work, colour and composition.
In terms of graffiti and street art, Africa boasts the smallest output, but it’s not as insignificant you might think.
Batuk go on a musical journey through the African continent to collect material for their debut album, out May 27th.
The Pearl of Africa chronicles the journey of Cleopatra Kambugu, a transgender woman living in a country where LGBTI people face life imprisonment.
Biker girls and medina swag, we chat with the North African ‘Andy Warhol’ Hassan Hajjaj.
With gorgeously textured fashion portraits and candid snaps of friends and locals, Martin Kharumwa paints a jubilant picture of creative life in Uganda.
Maya ‘The Poet’ Wegerif lets her heartache and joy loose through written and spoken word poetry.
What does it mean to be an African living in the diaspora? A three-part conversation.
After spending much of his adult life in America, Ima Mfon began to feel self-conscious about his blackness.
Situated in Grahamstown, the International Library of African Music has partnered with BeatingHeart to make their archives heard.