Publishes scholarly articles documenting the relevance of African immigration and migration to the world's social, political and economic systems.
A collection of population information resources on the web produced in and by African institutions.
Information about the biggest celebration of African culture ever organised in Britain, including visual arts, cinema, literature, history, music, craft, and performing arts.
Annual forum on journalistic, technological, and political issues crucial to the development of New Media in Africa. The Conference is held during September each year at Rhodes University.
Promotes the education of the public in the study of Africa and its languages and cultures.
Hyperlinked encyclopedia article includes tribes and ethnic groups, music and dance, art and craft, folklore and folktales, languages and literature, philosophy, religions, festivals and celebrations, and food and drink.
Documentary by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. about African history and culture. Includes audio, classroom activities and additional resources.
Directory of annotated links.
Chronological and by country directory of full-text articles since September 2000. Topics include Africa's people, wildlife, landscapes and history.
Foundation for political education and dissemination of cultural information about Africa. Details of publications and research.