Survivors tell of being forcibly prepared for ‘suicide missions’, henna on their hands and bombs around their waists.
Critics argue that the use of e-learning in African higher education could erode African culture and identity.
In a community of only about 800 people, Bailey adds that many women are afraid to report crimes to SAPS because of potential reprisals.
Most electricity consumers across the country are angry. They are angry because power supply has continued to deteriorate while tariffs have increased way beyond reason.
Years of conflict have torn at the seams of Juba, South Sudan. But the city’s people hold their heads high.
It’s one thing to say there’s no water in Africa, but it’s another thing entirely to see the numbers and statistics that prove it.
It would be easy to label the crackdown a distraction. There is much that Egyptians need distracting from: disastrous economic austerity policies, the insurgency in Sinai, 60,000 political prisoners.
Hinga started abusing drugs, first marijuana and then heroin. He spent hours sifting through garbage to find things he could sell on the streets.
In our series of letters from African journalists, novelist and writer Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani looks at the plight of medics who “saved” Nigeria from the Ebola pandemic in 2014 but who have […]
One would imagine that Nigerians have plenty of water to drink.
Even in the oil sector growth has been relatively small.