Former South African President Nelson Mandela, whose death was announced Thursday, leaves an indelible mark on the world. Here’s testament to that by a Sierra Leonean who looked to Mandela for strength in
Exiled Zimbabwean media practitioners are keen to return home and set up their enterprises from home soil once the government creates a conducive operating environment.
By Criswell Chisango as published by our partner Radio VOP
What have you got against evangelical leaders with a penchant for expensive suits? Ikenna asks that in this episode of What’s Up Africa. And who better to field the question than the deep-pocketed Pastor Azuike...
Ugandan hip-hop veteran, socially conscious rapper, breakdance teacher. Abramz is many things to many others, and his song ‘Bangi’, meaning ‘a lot of people’ in Lugandan, is a reference to those roles.
Most Africans say their governments are failing in the fight against corruption, and many believe the situation has deteriorated in the last decade, according to the continent's most comprehensive survey of public opinion.