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Tasting the continent

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This year, hone in on flavours when making your travel plans for a richer cultural experience – whether working your way through traditional dishes, trying the freshest, most local produce or meeting young food innovators.

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Peju Alatise: “Every time I try to leave, something keeps pulling me back”

Peju Alatise - Credits: EOLA OLAGUNJU

She has given wings to African art and made it fly. After Venice and the FNB Art Prize the Nigerian wunderkind has returned to Lagos to open her own foundation – it was more than she bargained for but, as always, Alatise’s determination saw her throughd

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Reviews: what we loved in 2018

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Ema Edosio

 Reviews: what we loved in 2018

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Art & Life | Freefall and futures

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The sixth edition of the 1-54 contemporary African art fair in London chimed with the zeitgeist, bringing critical engagement to the fore

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Foods of Wakanda

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Inspired by Black Panther, food writer and blogger Ozoz Sokoh lets her imagination run riot in the Wakandan kitchen

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TRAVEL | Djibouti, All about the ocean

Lake ASSAL - PATRICK ROBERT FOR JA
In the space of a weekend, there is plenty to do and see in the small Horn of Africa country that is a melting pot of flavours and cultures from around the region

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MUSIC | MAKOSA; sound of the city

BÉATRICE SOULÉ/ROGER-VIOLLET
Douala will forever be associated with the rhythm of makossa, even if the music-crazed Cameroonian city now grooves to a different urban beat

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