Hailing from a musical family, Nigerian-Australian singer/songwriter Gazele couples the fierce energy of soul singers such as Liv Warfield with the pop sensibility of Emeli Sande to create a vibrant musical experience. Flamboyant, fun and unapologetically soulful, Gazele is here and ready to pounce on the music industry with power and grace, as only she can. She is this Wednesday’s Woman Crush
The legacy of violence that apartheid left in the country cannot go unnoticed and the process of healing and reconciliation cannot be abandoned. Unless underlying issues and root causes are addressed, South Africa will continue to be a country where violence is not a last but a first resort.
Rwandan legislators approved a change in the country’s constitution which will allow President Paul Kagame to run for a third term in office
Takura Zhangahza on the Zimbabwean media’s reaction to the end of Jonathon Moyo’s reign as Minister of Information.
Sharon Sigauke discusses barrenness and infertility in African families, and the blame that is invariably placed on women.
Some Christian African men are obsessed with the idea of their wives submitting to them, and find ‘divine’ justice in the Bible for this. This has widened to include the notion that ‘ALL women MUST submit to men’.
Sao Tome and Príncipe is the second smallest country in the Organisation of African Unity composed of two inhabited islands, situated near the equator.
Today we are in Cape Verde, an exceptional African country known for its beautiful islands and abundant beaches.
Without significant anti-corruption measures on national, continental and international levels, African states will continually expose themselves to the risks of corruption and illicit financial flows. Effectively tackling corruption will certainly increase the developmental prospects for African states, and is as important as stopping the IFFs that continue to thrive on the continent