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The optimism Angolan president João Lourenço’s election generated four years ago has dwindled as electoral promise after another have failed to materialise.
With vinyl records, zines and political posters instead of just books, The Library of Things We Forgot to Remember offers a way to reimagine African history.
Kenyan startup Taz Technologies, the firm behind digitised mail service technology application MPost, has announced plans to speed up its expansion into the Sub-Saharan region to tap into opportunities presented by the implementation of the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA).
Perceptions of marriage abduction as a recent phenomenon hide the violence that has been done to women as part of culture.
Climate justice and queer rights activism can at first glance seem to exist as separate movements, but further insight shows that they are deeply aligned and are driven by the same values. Queerness thrums with the same harmony that reverberates across nature, which climate justice aims to save. This article focuses on exploring that connection of nature, climate justice and queer activism.
The region’s securocrats are no doubt unsettled by Hichilema’s decisive action to replace the country’s entire security leadership.
Guineans have experienced military rule before, and they know that the consequences can be dangerous.
A good image abroad affords many advantages to authoritarian leaders.