“Until lions learn to tell their own stories, the tale of the lion hunt will always glorify the African hunter,” goes one African saying. We look at the lionesses who are bravely challenging the archaic Eurocentric tale of the hunt.
Pope Francis was in South Sudan recently, but unlike his 2019 visit, no pictures have emerged of the pontiff kneeling down to kiss the feet of President Salva Kiir Mayardit. We think it’s because the Pope has probably seen the video showing Kiir peeing on himself, which the president somehow blamed on journalists.
We are back for the 2023 season! As always, we’re talking straight. Two of us are complaining about working too hard, as one of us bitches about being fired. One thing we can all agree on, though, is that when you are an African, your job belongs to your relatives. But isn’t it time to #reclaim our #freedoms and encourage personal #responsibility?
Happy New Year to you, our fellow Africa Straight Talk fans! We are thankful that you have supported us over the years! We are on a short break BUT lookout for our first episode in February. If you hear or know anyone making waves (small and big) in Africa, email us email@example.com. We want to […]
In our last episode of the year, we wind up our coverage of the World Cup and get back to the business of talking about Africa. Are extravagant weddings necessary? Why do African leaders rush to Washington at the snap of President Joe Biden’s fingers?