Bakers in Nigeria might go on strike again to protest rising cost of operations.
The lack of sexuality education, and common myths and misconceptions about the sexuality of people with intellectual disability can lead to caregivers being reluctant ‘jailers’.
Individual beliefs about the past and its relevance to the present strongly influenced awareness of the Marikana tragedy.
The division within the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, the fact that the race was very close, and turnout was relatively low may increase incentives to challenge the results.
The South African Revenue Service is on a path to rebuild itself.
People in South Africa felt anxious and stressed during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Incidents of terror attack on churches in Nigeria don’t happen in a vacuum. They are driven by jihadism, pastoral conflicts and related criminality.
As an outlier in Kenya’s political power matrix, Ruto was elbowed out by the establishment. But he has somersaulted back by appealing directly to the masses.
The AU’s first two decades have largely represented a magical, mystical world of unfulfilled expectations.
South Africa should ensure that changes to energy efficient vehicles is done in a way that creates jobs and protects workers.
It’s important to look at the whole value chain in the plastics economy, starting with design of products that can be reused and recycled.
The most prominent economic legacy of Kenyatta’s government is runaway public debt.
Proctoring software is a symptom of a bigger problem: universities see themselves as businesses and students as customers.
Informal workers are victims of the smart city drive in Africa.
When people fail to exercise their right to vote, it increases the likelihood of political extremism and the pursuit of narrow interests.
The number and value of medico-legal claims has increased.
Nigeria’s next president must take these steps to redeem the country’s endangered national security.