The blog is about the historical and contemporary paths of change, that contribute to the course of Africa’s culture, economy, politics, education and climate. It gives my intrinsic perspectives on how the change should be embraced and or countered.
Ghanaian women living in the village of Mamfe Dove have long believed in, and suffered for the story that the gods would be angered if a woman gave birth in this village.
Probably, WEF thinks, the case where Diane Rwigara was prosecuted following her candidature in the recent Rwandan presidential elections is not enough to disturb the happiness of women in Rwanda.
In his heartfelt glorification of pan Africanism, President Museveni inadvertently peddled racism.
If you have never had difficulties in transporting a bedridden patient or a victim of an accident to hospital, you are permitted to laugh at the idea of having “Uber ambulances”.
Victor Kawagga is a Ugandan autodidact robotics guru and tech-entrepreneur dedicated to showing humanity why it shouldn't fear robots but embrace them.
More often than not, work is viewed as an inconvenience to life and not as an integral part of life.
Whereas it is still under much skepticism, how and who built the world’s largest mysterious pyramids in Egypt, it is clear who is going to build Africa’s tallest building in Egypt.
This is an island where girls who got pregnant out of wedlock were dumped by their families and left to succumb to the brutality of indecision, loneliness and coldness.
It is easy to say that you believe a rope to be strong as long as you a merely using it to carry a box of stones. Suppose you had to swing your body across a 1000m deep lake located in the African rift valley? Would you still believe in the rope?
Strive Masiyiwa, is one of the few people who not only practice what they preach but also preach what they practice.