Mother of the Nation, face of the apartheid resistance and lifetime activist Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has died. The iconic controversial matriarch remained unbowed throughout her life and will be remembered for her obstinance “I’m not sorry. I will never be sorry. I would do everything I did again if I had to. Everything.”
By using readily available resources and empowering communities, Africa has the ability to solve a multitude of problems without external aid and charity. One such venture, Sustainable Health Enterprises, is using banana fibre to produce affordable sanitary pads
The fashion industry is in a flutter after the French luxury label Louis Vuitton named Virgil Abloh its new artistic director of menswear, replacing Kim Jones, who announced his departure just last week.
An undercover film that was broadcast on the United Kingdom’s Channel 4 News about the data mining firm Cambridge Analytica confirmed that the company has worked on several high-profile elections, including Kenya’s National Alliance and Jubilee presidential campaigns of 2013 and 2017.
Instagram supermodel Shudu was an instant sensation, lauded as one of the most beautiful models on the Internet – until the world discovered that she was man-made. This ebony-skinned supermodel is in fact the creation of photographer Cameron James-Wilson.
Whenever people talk about what a never-colonised Africa would look like, I think of what Women who Sleep with Women (WSWs) relationships would look like without gender normativity.
The male pill could be on the horizon after early trials showed a once-daily tablet was safe and appeared to work, according to researchers. This pill will relieve the pressure on women, who currently bear the responsibility of birth control
Alexandra township in northern Johannesburg, is the recipient of Africa’s first ATM pharmacy. The Pharmacy dispensing unit was launched by Gauteng Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa who says it will issue medication in under 3 minutes to patients suffering from chronic illnesses.
The repatriation of African artifacts is important because a scarcity of artistic treasures results in a huge loss to the economies of African countries. It also contributes to a loss of national and personal identity. Some world leaders, like French president Emmanuel Macron, realise this and are hoping to rectify the void created by the looting of African treasures.