The extraordinary documentary Ballaké Sissoko: Kora Tales takes a journey from Mali to The Gambia.
Married couple Woppa Diallo and Mame Bougouma Diene won for their powerful short story A Soul of Small Places.
There are different tactics that governments can use to block the internet, some more sophisticated than others.
The new ECOWAS chairman must focus on strengthening democracy and security in west Africa.
President Macky Sall’s previous ambiguity on a third-term bid, perception of a weaponised justice system and arbitrary detention of opposition are the drivers of political violence in Senegal.
Philanthropic investments must support the capacity of women in law and leadership.
African states say a pan-African rating agency will enable them to access capital and integrate the continent with global financial markets.
Restricting the internet in Senegal is costly. There will be financial costs and damage to livelihoods.
The forced return of migrants by European states has ignored pressures and interests of African countries of origin.
As the United States government builds economic and security ties with African countries, some of those countries are encouraging African Americans to establish social and economic ties in Africa.
The director will receive the Carrosse d'Or, awarded to cinema pioneers, at the Cannes Film Festival on 17 May.
Deep-seated cultural practices – such as female genital mutilation and child marriage – prevent girls from making progress in school.
Traditional wrestling is part of Senegal’s cultural heritage and plays an important role in the education and social integration of young men.
Perhaps the combination of religious rhetoric and secular laws is a winning electoral strategy.
Hosting migrants isn’t only motivated by humanitarian reasons. In Germany immigration provides solutions to demographic and economic problems.
It’s time to get more Ghanaians interested in this fascinating, important aspect of science.
Urban expansion in Sub-Saharan Africa and the need for daily mobility
Nigerians and Ghanaians have all claimed authorship of Jollof rice. But a new book points out that the “Senegality” of this dish is established by the reference to “Jolof”.
Né il y a 100 ans cette année, le cinéaste le plus légendaire d'Afrique - et un romancier prolifique - reste d'actualité grâce à ses œuvres politiques magnifiquement conçues.
Born 100 years ago this year, Africa’s most legendary filmmaker - and a prolific novelist -remains relevant through his beautifully crafted political works.