The harms of trophy hunting have been exaggerated

Proponents of repatriation of the remarkable sculptures have shown scant regard to Nigeria’s endemic corruption and the fate of bronzes already sent back to Africa

The UK’s treatment of Chagossians doesn’t amount to a crime against humanity

A thoughtful artwork that highlights the complex history of anti-colonalism in Africa

Millions are at risk in Africa

Investigating the slave-owners of the Sahara, where more than 100,000 people were born into inherited captivity

A two-year stint on an island in Lake Victoria makes for a poignant and memorable memoir

The Masai Mara has defied gloomy predictions of decline and still supports a thriving ecosystem as rich as it ever was

The West has underestimated Africa’s independent economic potential