Kenyans’ varying attitudes towards the International Criminal Court compete for headlines these days. But long before the trial of Deputy President Ruto began this past September in The Hague (or the date
Uganda has gotten plenty of kudos and some criticism over its roll out of the new antiretroviral therapy for pregnant women and their babies, known as Option B+.
By Wambi Michael, Kampla
For more than 20 years, Anastasia Ngwakun from Bamunkumbit village in central Cameroon has been farming rice the hard way – using only hand tools. But Ngwakun knows that if she were a man, she would have
At an extraordinary summit held earlier this month, the African Union proposed a resolution that “no charges shall be commenced or continued before any International Court or Tribunal against any serving AU Head of State or Government
An anti-slavery campaign group says in a new report that Nigeria has the highest number of people living in what it describes as "modern slavery" in Africa, while Mauritania has Africa's – and the world's – hig
Meet a Naija incarnation of the blackface character ever-present in the Dutch story of Sinterklaas. But this Zwarte Piet is more than just a fleeting holiday figure. He’s Africa’s answer to hassle-free migration to Europe...
A new report on corruption in Uganda names President Yoweri Museveni as one of those responsible for what it calls widespread "bribery, nepotism, and misuse of official positions and resources" in the country.
No less than 35 percent of the newly elected MPs in Zimbabwe are women, thanks to a special electoral quota system to increase women’s representation in Parliament. At age 29, Tionei Melody Dziva is the youngest of them.