What should be our ambitions for affordable housing design in Africa? Professor Ola Uduku examines the issues.
Only a multidimensional and partnership response can provide a solution to the problem of affordable housing in Africa, writes François Perrot.
Gail Collins takes a journey through the history of African films and considers the future awaiting this flourishing industry.
Rapid urbanisation in Africa is creating an opportunity for a new paradigm in the way we plan and manage our cities, especially in the context of Covid-19, says Oumar Sylla.
Removing the barriers that prevent low-income households from accessing formal property market systems would have a beneficial impact on both households and the cities in which they live.
Affordable housing solutions require designs modelled to the culture, climate, economic and governance attributes of specific places and communities, says Mokena Makeka.
A housing crisis is looming in Africa and the only way to solve it is through multilateral action, says Babatunde Oyateru of Shelter Afrique.
Meghan Markle’s disclosure of racism in Britain’s royal family shows why Black women are still bottom of the heap. It’s time this changed, says Moky Makura.
The debate that followed Oprah Winfrey’s interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could have repercussions not only for the UK but also for the Commonwealth, says Clayton Goodwin.