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
In clip 36 Ssuuna Golooba discovers that Europe is completely different from Africa when it comes to how the elderly are being taken care of. He asks himself the question: do I want tot grow old in Europe?
As a result of decades of civil war, many adults and children in South Sudan did not go to school. Government statistics for 2011 show that only 39 percent of primary school students and 30 percent of secondary students are female.
Ornela Mbenga Sebo, a young Congolese woman, escaped in 2011 from a rebel camp in an unidentified location in Africa where she was being held as a slave. She stowed away on board a merchant ship, with no idea where it was headed.
Rwandan singer Iyadede remembers her childhood as one of the best times of her life. Children are very creative and Iyadede regrets that adults tend to lose that creativity. As an artist she tries to think freely the way children do.