WHO WE ARE?
AlternativeAfrica.com is an independent Pan African News Website dedicated primarily to influencing the negative narratives about Africa. We hope to do this by focussing and showcasing the many developmental strides sweeping across the continent.
Our aim is to be the world’s most accurate and comprehensive African news aggregator, bringing you the latest headlines about Africa from the best news sites and other key national and international sources devoid of negative bias
In line with our mission, we will give prominence to trade, science, and technology, education, sports, culture, and tourism as well as other developmental projects that impact positively on the continent and advance the economic and social wellbeing of her people
It is our belief that crime and many other vices are global phenomena and should be characterized and reported as such without been situated as African. This deliberate criminalization of the continent has adversely affected its image and taken a toll on the inflow of international trade and businesses.
We acknowledge that Africa, like all continents of the globe, has its share of dubious people who denigrate the name and image of the continent. In spite of our set goals, Alternative Africa will refuse to look away from this dastard act.
Through our reporting, we shall vigorously oppose and expose all efforts in any shape and disguise including collaborations that exploit our continent.
In an equal manner, we shall strive to hold African leaders to account and uncover the truth if those in power hide behind falsehoods. We will continue to sort facts from fiction and duly represent the underrepresented when issues concerning them are ignored.
More importantly, we hope to be the POSITIVE VOICE of Africa in the INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY.
Alternativeafrica.com…..we are challenging the status quo.
Consequently, Alternative Africa is a public trust dedicated to the pursuit and upholding the principles of Journalism. Truth, fairness and equal representation for Africans at home and in the Diaspora.