Utility Management in East Africa

Urban areas in East Africa are struggling to meet the high demands for electricity, water and sanitation, and poor, inefficient utility delivery continues to...

Political Commitment Key to Health for All

One of my proudest accomplishments as the former UN secretary-general was playing a part in the ambitious global agenda for sustainable development (SDGs), including...

Zimbabwe Minus Mugabe: Two Books On His Fall And Mnangagwa’s Rise

Penguin Books has released two books by Zimbabwean journalists in time to celebrate the first anniversary of the coup that finally put Robert Mugabe’s...

Ending Sexual Harassment in the Work Place

Ten years ago when I set out on a career in media, my dream was to work for a TV station. The first prospective...

Jay-Z’s $200-Million Clothing Battle Could Be Game Changer For Black Lawyers...

Gbenga Oduntan, University of KentMillionaire rapper Shawn Carter, aka Jay-Z, has proved yet again why he is larger than life. He is embroiled in...

The Clock Is Running Out: Let’s Team Up and Say No...

By: Didier DrogbaAs the African continent and the entire world celebrate the 100th birthday of the great Nelson Mandela with the 2018 Global Citizen...

Leading African Researcher Warns About The Brain Drain Of African Scientists

Professor Kelly Chibale, founder and director of the Drug Discovery and Development Centre, H3D, at the University of Cape Town (UCT), has warned about...

Sustainable Youth Entrepreneurship In Africa Is Good For Business

By Rory Moore: Liquid Studio Director and Innovation Lead for Accenture in AfricaThe Oxford Dictionary defines the word ‘yas’ as an informal way to...

Kenya’s Marie Stopes Ban May Drive More Women To Unsafe Abortions

Michael Mutua, African Population and Health Research CenterThe Kenyan Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board has stopped the NGO Marie Stopes International from performing abortions...

South Sudan Faces One of the World’s Worst Displacement Crises

South Sudan is facing one of the worst displacement crises in the world today. More than half of the population is food insecure and,...

What Mandela And Fanon Learned From Algeria’s Revolution In The 1950s

On the fifth anniversary of South African statesman Nelson Mandela’s death, it’s worthwhile to remember how his thinking moved from violence to reconciliation as...

How Early Pregnancy Has Affected Girl Child Education in Africa

Africa has in the recent times experienced a development boom with a number of countries trying to work towards achieving middle income status in...
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