Sexist slandering has been used not just to describe Grace Mugabe, but to denigrate any women who aspire to political positions.
Research shows that governments, more often than not, shut down the internet to hide gross violations of human rights.
His talent took him across the world - he was Ray Charles' regular drummer - and the music he was exposed to sparked innovation when he returned home.
Even after becoming an 'ex', former gang members must still negotiate gang associations and activities in the communities they remain in.
An African literature lecturer shares how embodied teaching can help students feel that their lives and stories matter.
Positive experiences in romantic relationships can improve communication skills and conflict management skills.
A leading sociologist explains how different dimensions of humanity produce different kinds of inequality - and what that does to the least equal in society.
Brutus’s life was closely interlinked with the rise of apartheid and offered a way to look at resistance to this system.
Idir’s songs gave Kabyles a sense that their culture counted: that their customs and traditions could form a part of a modern Algerian nation.
The outspoken singer always considered himself to be at risk, and in Ethiopia people loved him because he didn’t let that risk keep him quiet.
While the internet and social media have changed young Nigerians' communication styles and even language, they have not reduced communication.
There are, scientifically, no human races. How did race come to have this power and this durability?
A study of the late Keorapetse Kgositsile shows how the poet influenced black American culture. It also shows how his mother and his grandmother's oral traditions in turn influenced him.
What needs attention is the lack of opportunity that drives sports betting.