Feminism as a way of life was born at my mama’s house, in a space that made woman power and intentional equality a survival strategy and mechanism to make up for oppression, the absence of men, and lifestyles that were …Continue reading
Before he was a politician, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, was a musician going by the moniker Bobi Wine. His music would hit the airwaves, getting people dancing and talking about social issues.
The 36-year-old singer has been critical of President Yoweri …Continue reading
One of the great fallacies one still hears today is that feminism started in the Global North and found its way to the Global South. Another is that universal understandings of women’s rights as embodied in UN treaties and conventions …Continue reading
The rapprochement between Ethiopia and Eritrea has repercussions that go beyond diplomacy on the Horn of Africa. A recent investigation shows that while Eritrea is no longer isolated, Djibouti is emerging as the new regional arms trafficking hub.
The small …Continue reading
A mob in South Africa looted several foreign-owned shops in a White City township on the outskirts of Johannesburg, following the killing of two persons, South African police confirmed.
Angry mob went on a rampage, looting foreigners’ shops after two …Continue reading
For every rational human being, finding love is, arguably, one of the best things in life. And when that love enjoys the support of friends and family, the joy is fuller.
But for Shalom Shoremi, finding love pitted her against …Continue reading
Rejoice Ngwenya writes on his takeaways from the just-concluded African Liberty Forum (ALF) in Lagos, Nigeria.
Every year about this time, a group of young Africans from all over the continent huddles around in a conference room. It is …Continue reading