The Eritrean diaspora contains a number of groups opposed to the dictatorial regime of President Isaias Afwerki but internal differences have prevented any effective action. How can they be brought together?
Covid-19 induced lockdowns have led to a worrying spike in teenage pregnancies in Uganda. Epajjar Ojulu ponders what can be done to stem this trend.
Tanzanian Abdulrazak Gurnah, who has just won this year’s Nobel Prize for Literature, has always been one of the world’s great writers – the Nobel award has simply confirmed this, says New African editor Anver Versi.
The First Woman by Jennifer Makumbi is a beautiful book for women, about women, that should be read by all men who would like to understand women.
The African border disputes currently before the ICJ can be effectively managed by African dispute mechanisms, argue Amb Macharia Kamau and Fredrick Koigu Ndegwa
The imposition of lockdown measures shattered the dreams of millions of young Africans. Kenyan music producer Wachira Warukira recounts how he and many others have innovated in order to survive.