Andrew Rugasira, the Ugandan entrepreneur who set out in 2003 to roast, pack and brand coffee for the international market, has made his mark in Africa and beyond.
- Friday, 14 June 2013 16:59
- The Africa Report
- Thursday, 06 June 2013 13:53
- Billie Adwoa McTernan
Barrett's new collection of stories is based in Nigeria but speaks to the conditions of the human heart, wherever it may be found.
- Thursday, 18 April 2013 17:11
- Parselelo Kantai in Nairobi
The seventh edition of Kwani?, the Kenyan literary journal, is subtitled 'Majuu' – a sheng (street slang) reference to 'overseas' – and is a 570-page testament to the journal's diasporic roots.
- Tuesday, 19 March 2013 17:34
- Prince Ofori-Atta
Kuenyehia on Entrepreneurship is not just a textbook.
- Monday, 25 February 2013 11:22
In our series highlighting extracts from Ghassan Charbel's new book, Under Gaddafi's Tent, three of the former Libyan strongman's close associates (Abdessalam Jalloud, Abdelmonem el-Huni, Abderrahmane Chalgham) talk about how he doled monthly stipends to Egyptian and Tunisian presidents and how Gaddafi's Lebanese daughter-in-law ridiculed much needed institutional reforms.