Being a pro-democracy, nonviolent youth activist is a dangerous thing in some countries. Like in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Should the tipping point against the MPLA – in power since independence – arrive in Angola, there are some activists ready to hit the ground, running.
As far as rap group Keur Gui are concerned, nothing has changed in Senegal.
Will popular resistance against the one-party rule of President Blaise Compaore in Burkina Faso succeed?
The youthful and creative art scene in Senegal’s capital is the subject of director Sandra Krampelhuber’s documentary film, “100% Dakar.”
Senegalese president, Macky Sall, is so unpopular that the PDS party of Abdoulaye Wade and Y’en a Marre – sworn enemies – agree on things.
A new film makes the case that a combination of hip-hop, new media technology, globalization and youth energy inspired Y’en a Marre.
Does the arrest of Karim Wade, the former president’s son, mean “the time when one could pillage public goods is over” in Senegal?
A campaign in Senegal wants to put public pressure on the government to follow-though on criminal investigations in order to get justice for victims of violence and torture.