With Angola for the first time a sub-Saharan African country has won the Leone d’Oro/Golden Lion prize for the best national pavilion of the Venice Biennial. This distinction for an African national pavilion during this year’s 55th Venice Biennial has been greeted with inappropriate prejudice by “ART – Das Kunstmagazin”, the leading art magazine from Germany.
Africa is not a country: An Open Letter to the Cultural Foundation of the Federal Republic of Germany
Africa is not a country. An Open Letter to the Cultural Foundation of the Federal Republic of Germany, by Safia Dickersbach. How can the German Federal Cultural Foundation believe that 2 million Euros will promote cultural relations with the whole continent of Africa (and not even involve the Africans in the process)?
World acclaimed African novelist, Chinua Achebe, passes on at 82 years of age. He was born Albert Chinualumogu Achebe in the Igbo village of Ogidi in Anambra State, Nigeria on November 16, 1930. May his soul rest in peace.
The bloody trail of Christianity, a foreign religion as seen in many bible scriptures; promotes slavery in all forms – be it mentally or physically. The writer emphasizes on the African people delusion of blind faith and the status quo of ‘supreme Jewish god’ idea practiced by many Africans.
South African singer Mshoza has definitely lost her Afrikan consciousness, disregarding the fact that skin bleaching or lightening puts her at risk of melanoma skin cancer among other lifelong disease. *Black is forever Beautiful*
African women and skin bleaching is trending on InformAfrica. This is the case of South African singer Mshoza who is obsessed with skin lightening practice and plastic surgery.
Africans in America should not celebrate Thanksgiving Day; it is the celebration and feasting over the gruesome genocide committed towards the indigenous American Indians, the first settlers in America.
The IMF and World Bank are two financial institutions helping to keep Africa poor and dependent on its crippling loan for economic growth that is hard to achieve.
Nigeria’s power privatization is an economic dead-end for democratic public ownership and management, and massive state funding of the power sector.
African parents need to stop forcing imaginary beliefs or religion upon their children. It is a pandemic disease plaguing most African nations, and is very common in Christian families or homes.