The Commonwealth has admitted Gabon and Togo as its 55th and 56th members, respectively. Although both countries are former French colonies and have no historic association with the Commonwealth, they chose to join the 54-nation group to access the opportunities it provides.
On in South Africa at the Encounters film festival, the documentary is an intimate portrait of the great artist.
The popular United States-based player is speaking out about the shameful state of women’s football in Ghana, where players have been marginalised in many ways for way too long.
Being gay in Africa can pose culturally specific challenges which the dominant, heterosexual culture may find difficult to accept.
Holy Ten, also known as “the leader of the youths” is making a case for Hip hop as Zimbabwe’s next big genre, urged on by adoring legions of Generation Z and the decline of Zimdancehall. A belligerent artist who wastes no opportunity for beefing, he is also morally nuanced and attuned to society’s most vulnerable. He shares his creative process and influences in this interview with Onai Mushava.
Immigrant stall owners who lost everything in a fire that gutted Yeoville Market say it was a xenophobic attack. Many immigrant entrepreneurs lost their livelihoods in the fire.
The state needs to act urgently to address the increase in xenophobic groups across South Africa.
The ANC has been using multiple tactics to fend off the looming calamity of not having Ramaphosa as its president, and that of the country, in the clear absence of a credible candidate to replace him.
The level of education of the political class is not the key to progress.