The Man who “repairs” Women

Imagine you were born in what was then called the Belgian Congo. Imagine that since you were a child, you wanted to become a...

No child should study in the dark

Imagine electricity was so scarce in your country, Côte d’Ivoire, children could only do their homework with the light from candles, oil lamps or...

Senegal is counting on its World Cup football stars to lift...

Mark Hann, University of Amsterdam With next year’s presidential elections on the horizon, Senegal is gripped by political and economic unrest. The recent killing of...

Demonstrations against President Kagame in Johannesburg on 26th July 2018

https://youtu.be/yUc8sDThhYQ Demonstrations against President Kagame in Johannesburg on 26th July 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOieVyeF0nw&t=61s https://twitter.com/KingKAzania/status/1022477064937635842

The Rwandan death squads in South Africa

A documentary conducted by a South African TV station in regard to President Paul Kagame's human rights abuses and his exportation of terror across...

Mozambique’s own version of Boko Haram is tightening its deadly grip

Eric Morier-Genoud, Queen's University Belfast Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province is being held to ransom by an Islamist guerrilla movement. After months of skirmishes between police...

An Empire for the Betrayed Children

By Um'Khonde Habamenshi Imagine you grew up in Senegal and moved to France at 21 years. Imagine you pursued a career as a social worker, reuniting...

Zimbabwe: a future finely balanced between democracy and militarisation

  David B. Moore, University of Johannesburg Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa’s inauguration as Zimbabwe’s second president and commander-in-chief consummated power for the main beneficiary of the November...

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