01
Sep
2017
CONVERSATIONS WITH THE ELDERS

The Founding Director of Uthando (Love) South Africa, We Are Africa’s community development partner, explains the sentiment behind Conversations With the Elders: a unique book that tells the heart-wrenching, yet truly inspiring stories of South Africa’s ageing black population.

11
Jul
2017
WHERE THE SAND MEETS THE SEA

Africa’s beaches offer everything from urban marketplaces and extreme sports to sanctuaries teeming with wildlife and deserted stretches of sand.

26
Jun
2017
WHO SHOULD DESIGN YOUR NEXT HOTEL?

From vegetable- dyed textiles and charmingly wonky ceramics to sleek lighting and avant-garde sculpture, Emma Love looks to Africa’s homegrown designers for her interior inspiration.

25
Apr
2017
REV UP FOR WE ARE AFRICA 2017 WITH GREAT PLAINS CONSERVATION

To celebrate the power of transformative travel, Great Plains Conservation has pimped out a Land Rover and are journeying to We Are Africa 2017!

03
Apr
2017
MEET THE BRANDS THAT MAKE UP OUR 2017 INNOVATION ZONE

From must-have apps to HD video training, we think that this year’s Innovation Zone has what it takes to make your business better.

30
Mar
2017
UNCOVERING CREATIVE SPACE IN THE GHANAIAN CAPITAL OF ACCRA

Ghana’s creative scene is steadily growing, and an entrepreneurial spirit pulses through the country’s capital city, Accra.

29
Mar
2017
WORD-OF-MOUTH: HOW TO USE OFFLINE BEHAVIOUR FOR ONLINE GAINS

The new hospitality landscape revolves less around brands talking about themselves and more around people talking about brands. Enter offline activities, communities and collaborations as hospitality’s new marketing strategy.

14
Oct
2016
THROUGH THE LENS: SWAZILAND

French globe trotter Marlène shares her memories and photographs of the beautiful, landlocked Swaziland.

26
Jul
2016
10 INSPIRING IDEAS FOR EXPLORING UNEXPECTED AFRICA

Keen to discover a side of Africa that you’ve never explored before? Here are ten inspiring ideas to get your unexpected Africa story started.

05
Jul
2016
PULLING THE THREAD

A new generation of designers are using traditional African craftsmanship to revitalise the fashion industry in Ghana and beyond. Eliza Anyangwe investigates in Accra.