Listen to interviews, news and reviews of arts from Africa
The author of German Calendar No December, Sylvia Ofili, speaks to Focus on Africa
Dutch illustrator and author, Mylo Freeman, on her Princess Arabella series
Ethiopian singer Minyeshu's fourth album is entitled Daa Dee
British-Nigerian filmmaker Adeyemi Michael: all immigrants are conquerors
'Forests and Spirits' is a new exhibition in London featuring Sudanese artists.
Eritrea in the News is a photographic exhibition currently showing in London.
Nicholas Odhiambo is part of a Kenyan dance group open to people with disabilities.
The series will be written by Nigerian-American author Nnedi Okorafor
The novel looks at the death of colonial Rhodesia and the birth of modern Zimbabwe
Makena Onjerika's story Fanta Blackcurrant is about Meri, a child in a Nairobi slum.
Opposition MP Joseph Mbilinyi wrote a rap song about the poor state of prisons
The 21 years old South African rapper has a following throughout the continent and beyond.
We visit the Congolese artist's London show, Fragile Responsibility.
Africa at Spitalfields market - offering cultural delights from the continent
A museum in Lusaka aims to unveil the stories of influential Zambian women
Yoweli Chungu dreamt of starting a hub where creative talent could be encouraged
Women of Jazz are a trio of musicians hailing from Botswana
'The Wound' is a film on initiation rites in the Xhosa community of South Africa
Congolese art lover challenges the stereotype about the region by promoting local fashion
V&A displays Ethiopian treasures looted by British soldiers during the battle of Maqdala
Mixing sounds passed from generation to generation with their own contemporary style
She will direct the film adaption of Trevor Noah's book Born a Crime.
Exploring poetry and rhyme
Now also an MP he continues to campaign on issues that affect ordinary people