The Zimbabwean government’s brutal response to protests has dashed hopes for democracy under President Mnangagwa.
House of Stone, a book written by Zimbabwean author Novuyo Tshuma has been listed by the Oprah Magazine as one of the top 10 books to read during winter. We celebrate the recognition with Novuyo.
Controversy around Winnie Madikizela-Mandela continues in death as it did in life.
Thomas Mapfumo recently performed a series of concerts in his homeland, Zimbabwe. This is Africa spoke to the iconic musician and social commentator.
Sporting legend Muhammad Ali is now being marketed to a new generation who grew up after his death. But while Ali was a devout Muslim, his religion is notably absent from these commercial efforts. Should his spirituality be erased for commercial ambitions when it was a fundamental part of his character and life?
Foreign press took away the dignity from victims killed in the Nairobi terror attacks by publishing their pictures.
25 years ago, the South African Communist party leader and chief of staff of the uMkhonto we Sizwe, the armed wing of the African National Congress, Chris Hani was assassinated. Hani’s murderer, Janusz Walus was denied parole on Wednesday by Justice Minister Michael Masutha.
Dignity After Death: The New York Times has come under heavy criticism for publishing gory pictures of black bodies strewn haphazardly after the terror attack in Kenya. The debate has raised ethical, moral and philosophical questions on protecting the dignity of human remains in general, and black bodies in particular after death.
The latest Henley Passport Index, which periodically ranks passports for the level of travel access they offer, gives insight into which African passports currently provide the greatest global access and which the least.