There’s a new COVID lineage called B.1.1.529. It has a genetic profile very different from other circulating variants.
The world needs to learn to live with the virus. And governments must follow the science and don’t distort it for political expediency.
The new novel by Nigerian icon Wole Soyinka is at once satire, political thriller and tragedy. It is the work of a great writer that marks the destruction of postcolonial reason.
Can leaders balance Africa’s potential as a global green giant with its significant dependency on fossil fuels?
Skin lighteners are being used more than ever before, especially in urban areas and among men.
It took the man he was to bring white public opinion and the security forces to the negotiation table, but his apology for apartheid was too little, too late.
The Bidii na Kazi women cooperative, a gender-responsive sustainable agriculture project is generating income for scores of women and their families living in the forest area of Kilifi. The women breed and sell several species of butterflies as part of numerous efforts to conserve the Arabuko-Sokoke forest, providing a sustainable alternative source of livelihood to wood logging that depletes forests.
Thanks to the public events and the scholarly engagement with her life and work, Charlotte Maxeke has become one of the most visible South African women from the 19th and 20th centuries.
Macron’s approach to Africa policy emulates the 1950’s strategies. Why? A big part of the answer can be found in the fact that today’s global circumstances are similar to those of post-World War II.