LGBTIQ learners at risk in South Africa as conservative Christian groups fight plans for safer schools
Wolof is reclaiming ground in Senegal as the French language wanes
Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) continues discriminatory ban on queer content
South Africa has a new traditional courts bill. But it doesn’t protect indigenous practices
What lies behind Kenyan president-elect William Ruto’s homophobia
Sergey Lavrov back to Africa with a vengeance
The West has a moral obligation to pay reparations
Nigeria’s 2023 presidential election: 10 factors that could affect the outcome
Nigeria’s currency redesign and withdrawal limits: questionable policy and bad timing
Cartoon | UK High Court upholds a controversial plan to send migrants to Rwanda
South African women innovators win big at international Falling Walls Lab
New research: Cancer drug with potential to be used against malaria
Africa in space: continent has a lot to gain, but proper plans must be put in place
Eliud Kipchoge broke the men’s marathon record by 30 seconds. How close is the official sub-2 hour barrier now?
#NoHumanIsLimited: Legendary athlete Eliud Kipchoge breaks marathon world record Again!
South Africa approves the use of the Dapivirine vaginal ring for HIV prevention
Obituary: TB Joshua, Nigeria’s controversial Pentecostal titan
Isolation love: The odds are good, but the goods are odd
Childhood sex education reduces risky sexual behaviour: a Nigerian case study
Will Covid-19 vaccines bring life back to normal in 2021?
“Harare Voices and Beyond” – Confessional family drama extraordinaire: A welcome addition to the canon
Wait continues for Proteas’ first ethnic black South African coach
Female genital mutilation rates peak in Kenya during school holidays – an alternative option offers a solution
6 moments in African football in 2022 that will be talked about for years to come
Nigeria failed to qualify for the World Cup 2022 – blame their disdain for football school structures and development
Sharon Sigauke discusses barrenness and infertility in African families, and the blame that is invariably placed on women.