Overspending by the government is behind the current downward spiral in Zimbabwe’s economy.
Joyline Maenzanise gathered some advice should writer’s block strike. Here’s how these writers deal with the issue.
The first-ever original work of art created using artificial intelligence – a machine-learning algorithm that scans historical artwork – has been sold at auction. “Portrait of Edmond de Belamy” (2018) was sold for an astonishing US$432,500.
The Nigerian Army killed 45 Shiite protesters on October 30, 2018. However, it is worrying and shocking that it’s fellow Nigerians that have justified the brazen killings.
Depression has for a long time been referred to as a “white disease” even though close to one in six South Africans suffer from depression or anxiety.
The question of land has been hotly contested in Namibia ever since independence.
Having frequently suffered from malaria as a child, Joan Nalubega, a social entrepreneur and the co-founder of Uganics, was inspired to create a venture that would tackle the disease that accounts for 20% of Uganda’s hospital deaths.
Yaw Adjei-Gyamfi explores the links between Emperor Haile Selassie and Rastafarians and considers why he remains a source of inspiration for Rastas all over the world.
“Dark Tourism” is the travel or patronage of historical and cultural sites that are in some way connected to death or disaster. Dark tourism is said to help alleviate taboos and perceptions associated with morbid locations while educating travelers on their significance.