The principles of tolerance and religious coexistence are inscribed on Cotonou’s walls as part of what is set to become one of the biggest murals in the world. Thecolourful street Read More..
As part of Kufadza, Zambia’s first all-female anti-poaching community scout unit, I am proud to be part of this transition, impacting women’s involvement in the conservation landscape across the African Read More..
Our food, its origins, and the stories it tells are an integral part of our cultural heritage. Today, however, the food we consume, the understanding of its origin, its means Read More..
As independence from British colonial rule swept across East Africa in the early 1960s and freedom was won in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania, parents and teachers worried about what their Read More..
A visit to Nairobi’s archives led to a ‘eureka moment’ for Kenyan Chao Tayiana. She set out to retell colonial narratives – using digital technology to bring lost and suppressed Read More..
Paulina Chiziane, the first woman to publish a novel in Mozambique, has become the first African woman to receive the most important award for Portuguese literature, the Camões Prize. She’s Read More..