Cost-cutting measures will see London-listed Richland Resources shed a third of its workforce, The Citizen reported
In a landmark ruling, Zimbabwe highest court declared the law of criminal defamation should be struck off the statues as it has no place in a democratic society like Zimbabwe’s
This Great Rift Valley lake is home to some prized species, sometimes for collectors, but more importantly for locals who depend on fish as a good source of protein.
South Africa is a leader on the continent in the struggle for equitable democratic representation for women on Africa’s bodies of power. But after two decades of progress, the outcome of the 2014 elections last month is somewhat disappointing.
Patriarchy is so entrenched in most African settings that trying to separate it from our humanness is unfathomable for most. Meanwhile, apologists (including women) insist gender equality is a Western notion that will never work in an African set up.
A white teacher at the Roosevelt High School in Iowa, US, has come under investigation for allegedly instructing a black student to address him ‘Yes, sir, master’, The Des Moines Register reported
The killing of protesting students by Ethiopian authorities at the end of April is part of an ongoing story of wholesale dispossession and state-sponsored violence. Yet it has gone almost completely ignored in the international media. Here’s why.
Appointments in South Africa’s new cabinet have opened up a crude discourse about race and the definition of ‘black’ or ‘African’ and reveal the socio-political failure to leave the apartheid baggage behind
Peter Mutharika has been sworn in as Malawi’s president after the High Court rejected a request for a recount following allegations of vote-rigging. Outgoing President Joyce Banda had alleged ballot fraud but has now admitted defeat.