In his new book, the gay Moroccan author explores how a society famed for its freedom still harbours prejudice.
Art & Life
- Monday, 11 May 2015 14:58
- West Africa
After passing the "Right of Abode" law, which grants African Americans an indefinite "right to stay," Ghana became the first to open its doors to people of African descent to settle in the country. African-Americans and some Caribbeans have slowly trickled back but the process of obtaining a permanent resident status is long and frustrating.
- Wednesday, 29 April 2015 12:19
- Sophie Anmuth in Cairo and Hurghada
- North Africa
Egypt's government says the tourists are back, but down on the street, in the souks and resorts The Africa Report heard a different story. If fewer Chinese-made pharoah heads are being sold, however, new tourism opportunities are opening up.
- Wednesday, 29 April 2015 12:11
- Kathryn Werntz in Nyeri
- East & Horn Africa
In an effort to reverse tree losses in the Nyeri Forest, an environmental initiative has turned to an unusual barter system, offering chickens, goats or solar panels in exchange for tree planting.