Homosexuality can get you beheaded in Saudi Arabia and there are several other places with similar policies. But, Uganda’s pretty bad.
Why the deafening silence from African artists and musicians following the murder of gay activist David Kato?
The pernicious belief, is founded on ignorance and prejudice, that certain women, including those with HIV, have no right to have children.
Young Kenyans are not cynical, detached brand obsessed hedonists and want to take a personal stake in the affairs of the country.
Are publishers unwilling to back anything besides more of the same tried, tested and tired old formula?
Uganda’s President, in power since 1986, has tried to appeal to the country’s youth by rapping. Is it any good?
How transparent are African governments about how and where they spend tax money?
Ahead of every World Cup or Olympics, sensational media reports of sex trafficking and prostitution are never borne out by facts.
The postponed revolution of South African fashion blogger Malibongwe Tyilo.