A year after his debut novella, Diaspora Dreams, Andrew Chatora thinks about the place of the African writer in the global context. Nominated for a major award in Zimbabwe, Diaspora Dreams interrogates identity, belonging and the migrant experience, a thread also followed by Chatora’s new novel, Where the Heart Is.
He played every venue that mattered, a global face of Afrobeat. Orlando Julius embodied the groove.
South Africa and other countries that have abstained from voting against Russia at the United Nations General Assembly in response to the war in Ukraine face intense international criticism.
Top African Fintech company Mukuru has announced that it will be the 2022/23 official sleeve sponsor for English Premier League side, Crystal Palace.
Journalism and Press freedom matters more than ever as we continue celebrating World Press Freedom.
The xenophobic and violent Operation Dudula is part of a global trend of rising right-wing vigilantism that is finding favour in an era of crisis.
Queercide may seem far removed from heterosexual and heteronormative people but a society that does not strictly uphold the right to life and equal protection, under the law, for all people is dangerous for everyone.
Any ruling party in South Africa has found it hard to maintain internal coherence and unity over an extended time span amid wide national diversity.
Zimbabwe is making gestures to loosen the government chokehold on airwaves inherited from Rhodesia and maintained in the 42 years of independence. But broadcasting licenses have been selectively awarded to Zanu PF politicians, oligarchs, state enterprises and the army. New television stations are merely the latest horsemen of Zimbabwe’s airpocalypse.