Please, no more articles claiming to discuss African issues, but which are just rock stars turning up at US universities spouting nonsense.
In 2009, 1.7 million people died from TB globally, including 380,000 people living with HIV. The majority of deaths were in Africa.
In “One Day I Will Write About This Place,” Wainaina wants to create a life uniquely his own.
Is the New York Times’ correspondent in East Africa, a journalist or just someone relaying stereotypes?
A true competitive selection process may have turn up the best possible candidate as head of UNICEF and not power politics.