The digital age is dawning for young Zimbabwean girls and women as they develop new forms of technology that will improve their lives and communities.
By Michelle Chifamba
The Zimbabwean version of the
The 2010 constitution prevents foreigners from owning land in Kenya, but as Kenyans have come to find out, implementing these provisions is complicated by the ambiguous nature of the law and deliberate moves by the landed class to frustrate
Islamic insurgent groups such as Boko Haram use the Qur’an to justify their actions. This has led many non-Muslims to see Muslims – especially those with full beards and dressed in hijab – as terrorists.
In Zimbabwe, where at least 450 people become unemployed every week, finding a formal job proves to be impossible for many youths. Some have resorted to smuggling second-hand clothes from Mozambique to make a living.
What’s in a name? What’s in a language? When I was growing up, I was very proud of my name. Shaun is a good-sounding name I think; very international, and it fits into the Anglo-Saxon tradition quite well.
Africa, with all its diverse cultures, boasts more than 2000 languages, which is almost one third of the world’s native languages according to the United Nations. But these languages are gradually becoming extinct. How do yo