Despite the misery being caused by the world’s most deadly medical crisis, one positive outcome in Uganda has raised hopes for the future, writes Epajjar Ojulu.
As the world suffered in the grips of one virus – Covid-19 – activists across the world took up the fight against another equally virulent one – that of racism.
There is a lot for which Covid is responsible, but it changed my life in other profound ways and all for the better, says Moky Makura.
After two years of the Covid pandemic, this is a good moment to pause and reflect on what has been happening. New African editor Anver Versi considers what he has learned from life under lockdown.
Omar Ben Yedder expresses his dismay at the dearth of big thinking coming from Africa and sets a challenge to the continent’s thinkers to come up with powerful new visions.