An interview with Nigerian environmentalist Nnimmo Bassey.
The Glory Land Book Club reviewed Ikenna Okeh’s Deportee at its August book review.
Brian Atuheire Batenda and Andrew Karamagi explore why the recent Kenyan presidential election was such a close call, given the ‘obvious’ contrast between the two men.
There is no good reason to allow the evil empire to retain any legitimacy as the British royal family papers over the pillage it continues to benefit from.
Angola’s August 24th general elections underpinned façade democracy. Public institutions such the National Electoral Commission (CNE) and the Constitutional Court (TC) have acted as the gatekeepers of the regime.
The IMF recently published the conditions attached to a newly agreed programme with Zambia. The IMF wants Zambia to reduce expenditure in the billions of dollars between now and 2025 and the austerity measures, which will hurt the poor make for very sad reading.
The world of work has evolved rapidly in the past two years. Increased digitisation has made remote work, gig work, and BPO become mainstream – how can Africa get into the ring?
It is time to end the rampant practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) in Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone is one of the world’s worst offenders for FGM – 90% of women are subjected to the practice.
Every year, Coal is responsible for over 800,000 premature deaths globally but despite its devastating impact on the environment and human life, we seem less and less concerned about lives lost yearly.