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In an exclusive interview, Mabingue Ngom, UNFPA Regional Director for West and Central Africa, talks to New African about the Demography, Peace and Security project. Read more
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Although Apartheid is over, its influence continues to intrude in virtually every waking moment of a Black person’s life in South Africa, says Kelebogile Motswatswa.
Lewis Hamilton, the only Black Formula 1 driver, was recently knighted by the Queen of England. Clayton Goodwin profiles a sportsman who transcends his sport.
As we contemplate our futures as nations, let us make sure we don’t abandon our reason and hand ourselves to the tender mercies of those who fly the flag of Trumpism, says New African editor Anver Versi.
Despite cosmetic changes, a deeply ingrained culture based on racism continues to distort South African sport. Mushtak Parker reports.
As we approach Valentine’s Day, Diana Orry, Ecobank Group Head of Cards, explains why it’s more important, now more than ever, to demonstrate love and gratitude.
Can the G5 Sahel–France Summit on 15 February advance the cause of peace in the Sahel? Ahmedou Ould Abdallah suggests solutions to the conflict in …
People in Africa vote with their hearts rather than on policies, but is it any different from the US, where people vote according to their ‘tribes’, asks Moky Makura.
The assault on the US Capitol by Trump supporters brings out the stark reality that, despite the rhetoric, some American lives matter more than others, says Baffour Ankomah.
Assia Sidibe and Carl Manlan explain how the “Make the connection” campaign will help to improve the nutrition of communities affected by scourge of chronic malnutrition.
Africa has become the centre of terrorist activity according to a new report on the global scourge. Neil Ford reviews the report and calls for a solution to this damaging trend.
An insurgency that has claimed 3,000 lives and is threatening to upend the state seems to be of little concern to the country’s neighbours or even the AU. Mushtak Parker reports.
As the deadly new mutant variant of Covid-19 continues to wreak havoc in South Africa, salvaging the economy will require a miracle, says Mushtak Parker.