Rich in resources but largely unrecognised, those in the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic eke out a livelihood under harsh conditions.
The African Court has strongly upheld the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic’s case – but diplomatic support is dwindling.
As African football coaches continue to break new ground, the forthcoming World Cup in Qatar serves as a critical stepping stone. This is why.
Morocco could become the second African country to grant menstrual leave. Although highly contentious, the policy is slowly gaining global traction, with early adopters acknowledging the inhumanity in enforcing mandatory work for women who experience debilitating menstrual pain or destabilising symptoms.
Action is required to keep farmers on side and prevent traffickers from laundering proceeds through the legal market.
The tragic death of 37 migrants in Melilla underlines the Moroccan regime’s authoritarian security policy.
Morocco sits on over 70 per cent of the world’s phosphate rock reserves, the mineral used for manufacturing phosphatic fertilisers. African countries should aggressively pursue joint venture investments in fertiliser manufacturing with Moroccan conglomerates as a pathway towards food security.
The Wafcon final on Saturday is proof of the development of the women’s game on the continent – and of mining star players abroad.
The ruling party still sees the world as a battleground between neo-liberalism and revolutionary progressivism.