South Africans need to frame the problem as an endemic social condition that they can stop through deliberate action.
The history of Kenya’s presidents and intrigues in their regimes is scattered. It’s in museums, newspapers, private homes, books and unknown places. Those who have and are still recording the history are doing it in their own perspectives and blurring what they think should be forgotten. With the death of all three former presidents, it is time to build respectable libraries that carries information of the three presidents and details of their tenure; albeit for the future and prosperity of this country.
The Caf African Player of the Year is named on 21 July – but it’s only one of eight trophies being handed out.
Nigeria must prioritise investment in education, health and infrastructure to harness the opportunities of its huge population.
Some Kenyans are questioning if presidential hopeful Raila Odinga Raila is his own man. Odinga acquiesced to President Uhuru Kenyatta’s demand to chair his alliance team. Assuming Azimio forms the next government, many are asking: to what extent will Kenyatta be interfering with the running of state affairs and to what extent will he be part of the state house ex officio team?
The individual earth stewards that care for our natural environments and transform living environments into environmentally friendly versions are the perpetually unsung heroes of our climate precarious age. Here are some legendary, innovative, and unrelenting stewards you should know.
Historically, most mass shootings in South Africa have been associated with three main things: gang conflicts, rivalries in the minibus taxi sector and factional or inter-group feuds.
A safe motherhood and reproductive health bill has been unanimously backed by Sierra Leone’s cabinet. The bill will expand access to abortion to include terminations outside the current provisions to only interfere when a mother’s life is at risk.
At a small press, the poetry series features easily recognisable names from showbiz and media, and few National Arts Merit Awards (NAMA) recognitions. But the refreshing development is younger poets moving beyond pre-occupation with national politics to venture into themes like sexuality, philosophy and cultural memory. Sibonginkosi Nkala interviews three rising stars of Zimbabwean poetry.