Africa

An African woman from the Kenyan city of Mombasa claims Chris Brown smashed her iPhone, but if you let the "Proof" singer tell it, she's just another lying fan who wanted something from him.

A memoir written by actress/producer Louise Linton has come under fire for being full of fabricated tales.

While on his much-talked about visit to Kenya, Obama discusses gay rights - a generally ignored topic among Kenyans.

The president's visit to Kenya is important for him presidentially, and personally.

In case you’ve been wondering what Akon is up to these days, he has apparently been busy with  launching a new academy that is set to…

Although social media has significantly quieted down on this issue in recent months, #bringbackourgirls is still an extremely urgent topic that warrants our unwavering attention.

A federal jury last week awarded seven workers nearly $15 million in a racial discrimination suit after their bosses reportedly segregated them and called them…

Boko Haram is still terrorizing Nigeria and all we can say is #BringBackOurGirls. It’s been 10 months since they kidnapped the Chibok tribe schoolgirls and…

Paranoia about Ebola making its way Stateside has caused many in the media to operate from the space of stupid. It’s not shocking, but no less frustrating.…

Civil rights icon, Ambassador Andrew Young joined Roland Martin Wednesday on “NewsOne Now” to share his wealth of knowledge on U.S.-Africa relations and his views…

On Monday, 500 participants of the Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders joined Pres. Barack Obama for a town hall meeting. The meeting caps off…

Les Nubians is comprised of sisters Hélène and Célia Faussart.  The pair were born in France and raised in the African country of Chad. In the late 90’s they burst on to the scene with their debut album, Princesses Nubiennes, which featured the hit singles “Makeda” and “Tabou,” sung in both English and French.