Behind the multi-racial composition of the elite European teams competing in the tournament lies a complex and painful history.
There may be significant limitations to the political reform that can be realised by new president Samia Suluhu Hassan.
Since Zimbabwe’s transition into a migratory nation, many Zimbabwean authors have dealt with the migrant question, Brian Chikwava’s Harare North and Sue Nyathi’s Gold Diggers being two stellar examples. Andrew Chatora’s debut novel Diaspora Dreams navigates new identities that Zimbabweans living in the diaspora are forced to assume and new challenges they must overcome to survive.
A scathing report commissioned by the Rwandan government says France bears “significant” responsibility for “enabling a foreseeable genocide”. The 600-page report says the French government “did nothing to stop” the massacre of at least 800,000 people.
Zimbabwean writer Andrew Chatora stares back at the white gaze and immigrant alienation in his debut novella, Diaspora Dreams. The English-teacher narrator is increasingly alone between a host country that cannot validate him and a home country that is too damaged for rear-view dreams.
Fela’s nomination and possible induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will come at a cost.
A gender perspective to public health is essential to human rights and safety in crises situations.
Nationalisation and liberalisation are false opposites in the ongoing vaccine rollout. Procurement disparities under both regimes show the need to move beyond the classic coordinates of ideology. In our seamless global order, disease outbreaks, displacement and climate change no longer respect race or class, argues Onai Mushava.
In this last episode of our three part storytelling series, Timothy Phiri sneaks out of home and attends a party, flouting both national lockdown regulations and rules set by his own parents. Find out how the family deals with yet another challenge in this finale.