If the West is no longer willing to engage with international terror groups, what is to stop them from running riot in Africa?
In his sixth run for the presidency of Zambia, Hakainde Hichilema eschewed economic jargon and spoke the language of the people, especially the youth. Voters rewarded him with a crushing win over longtime rival Edgar Lungu.
After South Africa’s recent riots, justice and upholding the rule of law have never been more vital and there is no time to lose in addressing the country’s structural inequalities, writes Ivor Ichikowitz.
Through co-operation and mutual understanding we can resolve the challenges facing African youth today, says guest editor Nqabisa Faku.
Instead of sowing divisions, South Africa’s pro-Zuma rioters seem to have united the country against them and inspired acts of heroism and selflessness.
Craig Foster, the South African conservationist, speaks to Jack Dutton about the overwhelming response to his Oscar-winning film, My Octopus Teacher and how he hopes it will encourage people to protect the oceans.