This week we asked readers to send in photos to show us where they are, and what the sights are where-ever they are. You rose to the occasion and each photo was like a mini-masterpiece. We chose the best one by Thuto Moloi, which you can see below.
Those thought to have been dispossessed of land prior to 1913, particularly from the Khoi and San ethnicities, might now have another chance to make a claim.
Peter Mutharika has been sworn in as Malawi’s president after the High Court rejected a request for a recount following allegations of vote-rigging. Outgoing President Joyce Banda had alleged ballot fraud but has now admitted defeat.
According to Vice a contingent of Ugandan LGBT activists were recently denied visitor visas to attend World Pride 2014, which will be held in Toronto this summer. The move comes as a surprise given the Canadian government’s strong, condemnatory stance […]
Under the law, foreign owners of mines in Zimbabwe were given an ultimatum to surrender more than 50 percent of their shares and find local partners or risk nationalisation.
Remember the shocking South African mob justice video that went viral last week? According to Times Live (SA), we have recent learnt that the SAPA police are investigating the matter and so far arrests have been made. Incase you missed […]
Last week the organization I work for – the Consumers Protection Association – published a joint report with Oxfam that shows how a health public–private partnership (PPP) is draining the budget of the Ministry of Health and diverting scarce resources away from primary healthcare services in rural areas, where death rates are rising and where three-quarters of the population live.
Everyone’s focus is on the South Sudanese conflict and we are slowly forgetting that the war on HIV/AIDS must not stop, so much that the trend of using anti-retroviral drugs instead of condoms is going unnoticed
The unstigmatised albinos in Gambia, are gearing up to hold a national awareness day they will seize to send a strong message particularly to East Africa to emulate the high degree of tolerance they enjoy in the tiny West African state.