CNN Site Map for Section Africa (Galleries) for June - 2017
- 2017-06-29Jacques Nkinzingabo is a self taught photographer trying to capture the heart of Rwanda through his lens.
- 2017-06-28Elephants roam freely in Liwonde National Park. NGO African Parks took over the reserve in 2015, securing the park's borders to keep poachers out.
- 2017-06-26A 2015 report by PwC ranked 20 African "Cities of Opportunity," looking at a number of factors, including infrastructure, human capital, economics and society and demographics. The Egyptian capital of Cairo topped the list thanks to its large sc
- 2017-06-23The Pinnacle in Nairobi, Kenya, will be the tallest skyscraper in Africa when it is completed in 2019. The larger of twin glass-facade towers will be 300-meters tall.
- 2017-06-22A team of scientists based in Germany has extracted genome data from ancient Egyptian mummies for the first time. The remains, discovered in the 1920s in Abusir-el Meleq, Middle Egypt, were found to have close genetic relations with populations outside of
- 2017-06-21In 1981, Mauritania became the last country in the world to abolish slavery. CNN traveled to Mauritania in December 2011. These photos are taken from that trip.
- 2017-06-13A new online magazine in Nigeria is causing a stir in the conservative country.
- 2017-06-13In his editorial 'Boys' Richard Akuson hopes to challenge the concept of Nigerian masculinity.
- 2017-06-13Ukerewe Island in Lake Victoria has become a a safe haven for a community of Tanzanians living with albinism. Many albinos face threats from organ and limb harvesters, and wider ostracism is also a problem.
- 2017-06-05In 1948 and 1949 erstwhile war photographer George Rodger ventured to southern Sudan as the first Westerner officially permitted to photograph the peoples of the Nuba mountains. While Rodger's black and white images gained fame -- and inspired filmma