Foreign developed nations often wax lyrical about their generous donations of aid to Africa. But a coalition of UK and African researchers has released research findings that illustrate how the continent actually loses over six times the amount it receives in aid
Consent is not always clear-cut. It should be, but sometimes it’s not. In my friend’s view, no doesn’t always mean no. Sometimes it means persuade me. And that for me is where the challenge lies. When does coercion become rape?
Over 30 people have been killed in clashes in the desert of northern Mali, the army and Tuareg rebels said, only days before the commencement of internationally-brokered peace talks
The American PR firm hired by Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan to “manage” the story of the Chibok girls’ kidnapping have released their first major statement. It makes for shameful reading.
African leaders signed off on draft protocol of the proposed African Court granting themselves immunity from war crimes. Can the African Court truly protect Africans against grave crimes and human rights abuses while it provides such immunity?
For some time now, Zambians have been asking themselves what is the state of health of their head of state.
The federal government of Nigeria yesterday revealed that identity cards belonging to some top politicians as well as party materials were found in the Boko Haram terrorists’ base
City planners in Uganda’s capital, Kampala, are considering addressing the city’s traffic congestion problems with the introduction of intercity cable cars
There is no public objection to heterosexual intimacy where the female is penetrated in the anus by the male, but moral outrage ensues when sodomy involves two men. And exactly how robust are the religious arguments against sodomy and homosexuality?