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Book Review: An African Affair by Nina Darnton

At an embassy party, reporter Lindsay Cameron begins to investigate a murder. Read More »

Book Review: Up-Country Girl: A Personal Journey and Truthful Portrayal of African Culture by Phebean Ajibola Ogundipe

Up-Country Girl tells of the achievements and developments in the life of an African girl from a rural farming community. Read More »

Music Review: Asa – Beautiful Imperfection

Nigerian songstress redefines the concept of beauty with her stunning sophomore album, Beautiful Imperfection. Read More »

Halliburton, Shell, Other Top Execs Held on Nigerian Bribe Schemes

Executives of major gas, oil, and shipping companies may be involved in illegal scheming. Read More »

DVD Review: Lost Kingdoms of Africa

The precolonial history of Africa's great civilizations as see on the BBC Lost Kingdoms of Africa. Read More »

IBM for a Smarter African Continent?

With I.B.M. expanding into sub-Saharan Africa, can the continent revitalize its economy with telecom as an engine? Read More »

Book Review: Doing Dangerously Well by Carole Enahoro

The basis for three good books in this one, instead they've been crammed under one cover and the whole suffers accordingly. Read More »

Music Review: Michael Olatuja — Speak

A debut album that winningly combines the music of several cultures. Read More »

Book Review: The Thing Around Your Neck by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

A journey into African worlds we don't often have a chance to explore. Read More »