Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance has opened a funding and support process that will assist countries to roll-out the first-ever malaria vaccine. The vaccine will help curb a disease that killed nearly half a million African children in 2020.
Mbeki has successfully transitioned from being an old horse of South Africa’s governing ANC to a highly venerated and in-demand African elder statesman.
Dos Santos was a withdrawn president. His silence produced an aura of power and the cult of personality that surrounded him.
The game of cricket in Uganda has been played for a long time, and the national team made its international debut 108 years ago. Many years on, the sport in the East African country, and the national side itself, are still both climbing up the ladder of world cricket. Notable progress has been made over the past few decades. Uganda Cricket Association’s spokesman speaks to us about these strides, and the vision for cricket in the country.
In a landmark event, a crop of four deputy president hopefuls, three women went head-to-head on their respective party manifestos. Among them, Roots Party candidate Justine Wamae forced Kenyans to seriously consider colouring outside the lines.
Behind rolling power cuts in South Africa loom deep-seated socioeconomic issues worsened by the rich countries of the world.
Just over 100 years ago, Maasai in Kenya were moved into reserves, where they could be more easily taxed and controlled, to make way for white settlement.
Competing in a sporting event? Good luck getting a visa: A number of African athletes scheduled to compete at the World Athletics Championships were affected by visa delays. The delays sparked a strong reaction on social media.
Dos Santos died as he had lived and governed: in silence. His silence, and what he accomplished with it, is his most enduring legacy.