By Lulu Brenda Harris In September 2013, Prince Bulelani Khumalo sat at the Berea Park in Johannesburg, South Africa, among over 150 Ndebele people who are Zimbabwean migrants and now living in the country regarded as Africa’s most stable economy. The event Bulelani Khumalo attended was the...
Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe now face a mammoth task of rebuilding, following a devastating cyclone, which swept through the three impoverished Southern African nations mid-March. Described as one of the worst natural disasters, to ever strike the region, Cyclone Idai developed in the Mozambican channel between Mozambique and Madagascar on the evening...
By Irene Morewagae The otherwise peaceful Botswana, widely seen as the beacon of Africa, is currently locked in bitter feud between former president, Ian Khama and current president, Mokgweetsi Masisi. Masisi took over from Khama in April 2018. The country heads for elections in October this year, and...
By Remi Adebayo BY May 29, 2023; Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari, would have served fully his constitutionally allowed maximum two term reign as a democratically elected leader of the world’s most populous Black nation. Whatever value Buhari hoped to inject into governance would have come to a close and for him,...
POLICY Electrifying Power Supply Developments In South Africa By Glenda Zvenyika THE electricity supply problems that South Africa has and continues to face are well-documented. Power generation, or lack thereof, has been a source of frustration to businesses and the...