Letters from Africa
From early 2015, over the course of ten weeks, correspondents Tom Mboya (Nairobi), Tolu Ogunlesi (Lagos), Tawanda Mudzonga (Harare), and Tilly Kingston (Cairo) sent weekly dispatches about everyday things in their cities: family, fun, the daily commute, education, sexism, ethnic tensions, the arts and corruption, as well as on-the-ground updates on the Nigerian and Egyptian elections. Extra multimedia content includes photo diaries, Q&A videos, guest posts on the tech industry and must-read literature, as well as a round-up of the best music from around the continent.
- Compelling insights into real life in Nairobi, Lagos, Harare and Cairo
- Showcasing modern Africa, without the prejudice of hysterical western headlines
- Reflections of life, love and the challenges of 21st-century Africa