ASAR ALKEBULAN traveled to Makoko, a nearly 200 year-old fishing village located in the heart of Lagos lagoon. Journey along, experiencing the sights, sounds and spirit of the people in this incredible water community and find what’s floating in the water at Makoko.
While African football players have done very well for the European teams that hired them, the question during every FIFA tournament remains the same: when will an African team become the world champion?
With the African continent home to the majority of the world’s fastest-growing economies, urban consumer markets and a wealth of natural resources, it’s perhaps not surprising that some of the world’s largest corporations, from Monsanto to Unilever, are rushing to get a slice of the action.
The resurgence of HIV/Aids in Uganda has pushed the country to implement a less conventional and non-surgical method of circumcision to help in the reduction of the rate of infection
The fuss about female pop artists like Nigerian Tiwa Savage posing semi-nude in their music videos or displaying their bodies in public raises some important questions: do women own their own bodies? And why do men feel the need to police female sexuality?
Black, white, colored, slightly brown, Chinese – Rainbow Nation, a beautiful dream that keeps us united and fills us with pride. Yet we keep tripping over our tongue when we communicate across colour lines. This brief guide might help.
Cost-cutting measures will see London-listed Richland Resources shed a third of its workforce, The Citizen reported
In a landmark ruling, Zimbabwe highest court declared the law of criminal defamation should be struck off the statues as it has no place in a democratic society like Zimbabwe’s
This Great Rift Valley lake is home to some prized species, sometimes for collectors, but more importantly for locals who depend on fish as a good source of protein.