Akon: Electricity for 600m Africans untrue

Media claims that Akon Lighting Africa (ALA), the organisation founded by multi-platinum selling singer Akon, will bring access to electricity to 600 million people in Africa are wrong according to ALA themselves. Social media and media alike were full of...

Africa Fashion Week London

This year Africa Fashion Week London (AFWL) celebrated their fifth anniversary. So we sent our very own, Alexandra Coeln to witness the occasion from 7th – 8th August. Created by Ronke Ademiluyi in 2011, AFWL is Europe’s largest catwalk event...

Koroma: Constitutional Review in interest of all

As members of the Constitutional Review Committee (CRC) continue their work of reviewing Sierra Leone’s 1991 Constitution, President Ernest Koroma, in this wide-ranging interview with Charles Davies, gives his views on the process that could have far-reaching political implications; talks...

DFID and the FOI question on half a million pound Ebola spend

In order to uncover the details of the UK government’s spend on Ebola, New Africa Analysis (NAA) posed a question to the Department for International Development, asking for a ‘full and detailed breakdown of how over £400 million was disbursed...

Sierra Leone: Enough the weeping for Sam-Sumana

Franklyn Bai Joseph, 26th May 2015 It is pathetic to waste a lot of time on an issue and in the end achieving nothing.  Ditto the anger expressed at the removal from office of vice president Samuel Sam-Sumana.  So much...

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Comment: NAA interview with President Koroma

by - 16th August 2015

Not triumphalist but realistic was President Ernest Bai Koroma’s responses in our exclusive interview on...

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New President of African Development Bank

by - 3rd September 2015

The African Union Commission (AUC) Chairperson, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, warmly welcomes and extends her...

11th African Games

The 11th African Games is scheduled to take place on 4th to 19th September, 2015, in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo. This...

by - 27th August 2015

Scandal of the English Premier League team kits

As if you haven’t noticed it. The English premier league 2015/16 is upon us. The excitement of the restart of hostilities...

by - 15th August 2015

Africa’s favourite Premier League Teams

For football fans in Africa, the UK’s English Premier League (EPL) is king, the ultimate championship, their main place of their...

by - 10th August 2015

Africa Cup of Nations 2015: Morocco fails to meet deadline

Morocco have failed to meet the deadline to confirm it will host the Africa Cup of Nations 2015 in January.  The...

by - 9th November 2014

Africa Fashion Week London

This year Africa Fashion Week London (AFWL) celebrated their fifth anniversary. So we sent our very own, Alexandra Coeln to witness...

by - 16th August 2015

Tanzania Women of Achievement Awards

Tanzania Women of Achievement has today, November 4th,  launched the 2015 Tanzania Women of Achievement Awards (TWAA) scheduled to take place on...

by - 4th November 2014

AfriDocs Presents: Open Heart

AfriDocs is the first documentary strand across sub-Saharan Africa featuring the best documentaries made in Africa and around the world, brought...

by - 8th August 2014

2nd Annual Miss Tanzania USA Pageant

The 2nd Annual Miss Tanzania USA Pageant will be held on August 30th in Silver Spring, MD, at the Silver Spring...

by - 27th July 2014

Medic West Africa to enhance healthcare education

The 4th edition of Medic West Africa Exhibition and Congress (MWA), organised by Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions, will take place on...

by - 19th August 2015

DFID and the FOI question on half a million pound Ebola spend

In order to uncover the details of the UK government’s spend on Ebola, New Africa Analysis (NAA) posed a question to...

by - 15th August 2015

Tanzania: The Struggle for People with Albinism

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Each one speaks volumes in the work of photojournalist Jacquelyn Martin. Through...

by - 10th August 2015

Africa nearly polio free?

More than 20 years after North and South America eliminated the threat of polio, sub-Saharan Africa is finally on the brink...

by - 9th August 2015