Driven by social justice, he showed that all people are capable of both good and evil.
The philosophy of ubuntu means that good health is for everybody and disability is not regarded as a difference.
The government at national and state levels as well as private proprietors should appoint women as universities’ vice-chancellors.
Some children of HIV-positive parents drop out of school to look after their mothers and fathers. Others skip class to earn cash for the family by selling goods.
Online discourse about female victims of sexual harassment in Nigeria shows negative attitudes towards the victims.
Married couple Woppa Diallo and Mame Bougouma Diene won for their powerful short story A Soul of Small Places.
Costume, hair and dance allow her to modernise Tsonga culture – and help shape youth identity.
Inmates who are mothers tend to be accused of being bad parents.
Zimbabwe’s climate action plan is on track to check emissions and promote development. Other countries can learn from it.
Negative emotions, especially regret, are seldom expressed when talking about motherhood.
Women’s representation in Zimbabwe’s parliament has declined in spite of a quota imposed in 2013.
Not just a great jazz singer, Sylvia Mdunyelwa was also an activist, educator, broadcaster and actress.
When people living with HIV in Nigeria receive support from close friends, they are less likely to experience stigma and associated poor health outcomes.
Pain in a thousand stitches; depicting a society where women live in constant fear of being attacked.
With three world records to her name, Faith Kipyegon is competing for two gold medals at the World Athletics Championships.
A Spell of Good Things powerfully explores polygamy, patriarchy, political corruption and poverty.
The Marriage Bill should strike a balance between preserving non-discriminatory cultural and religious practices and promoting liberal values.
Writers have challenged oppression, exposed social injustices and advocated for political change.
Exploring the potential intersections between climate change and violence against children is crucial.
The world’s largest women’s sporting event is being hosted in Africa for the first time.