Top African Fintech company Mukuru has announced that it will be the 2022/23 official sleeve sponsor for English Premier League side, Crystal Palace.
Queercide may seem far removed from heterosexual and heteronormative people but a society that does not strictly uphold the right to life and equal protection, under the law, for all people is dangerous for everyone.
The 25th of May commemorates the liberation of African countries and facilitates discussions key to our collective material survival, our continued albeit precarious independence, and our advancement. This year Africans Rising for Justice, Peace and Dignity declares May 23rd to 29th as African Liberation Week.
Global digital payments facilitator Visa is expanding into the region by opening its first innovation studio in Kenya. The aim is to adopt the market of consumers switching to new payment platforms and digital wallets.
As the war on Ukraine rages on, the western world is waking up to the harrowing realities that Black and Brown refugees have suffered for decades. In emergencies access to continuous, equitable, inclusive, and quality education is life-sustaining. Education in Emergencies practitioner Racheal Vichei tells us why.
Yatreda is a family of artists that brings the history of Ethiopian kingdoms to life through stunning imagery. With storytelling at the base of their work, they use NFTs to preserve their history and culture for future generations.
Young African environmentalists are showing outstanding climate leadership and contributions to climate action. Founder of Eco-Champions, Temilade Salami was awarded the COP Climate Leaders Prize worth £3000 in recognition of her climate education and advocacy work.
The war in Ukraine is a senseless endeavour. The pain and fear facing Ukrainians who have found themselves in an impossible situation is hard to witness. This is why it is alarming but unsurprising that even in this crisis there is space for racism and discrimination.
We mourn the death of award-winning South African rapper Rikhado Muziwendlovu Makhado (34), known by his stage name Riky Rick. The death of Makhado has South Africans reflecting on depression and mental health.