Media freedom, democracy: Africans in 4 countries weigh up questions about State control
The debate gets to the heart of a question facing all democracies: when, if ever, should the government impose limits on media?
By Jeffrey Conroy-Krutz May. 12, 2023
Rwanda is Africa’s safest country for women to travel alone
The African country is ranked among other countries that include Slovenia, United Arab Emirates, Japan and Norway.
By The Nation Apr. 12, 2023
The Ritz London applicant told 'Afro-style' hair was banned
The Ritz says it "does not condone discrimination of any form".
By BBC News Apr. 12, 2023
BBC suspends Gary Lineker from Match of the Day over tweet on migration
Corporation takes its highest-paid presenter off air after criticism from Tory MPs and rightwing media
By The Guardian Mar. 10, 2023
John Motson: Legendary commentator dies aged 77
"It is with great sadness we announce that John Motson OBE died peacefully in his sleep today (Thursday)," said a statement from Motson's family.
By BBC News Feb. 23, 2023
Kenyan Senator ejected from parliament over alleged ‘period stain
According to reports, senators disrupted Tuesday’s afternoon session to draw the Speaker’s attention to Ms Orwoba’s “inappropriate dress code”.
By Africa News Feb. 15, 2023
King Kay storms into UK song-writing award finals
King Kay is in the finals after the submission of his project Breakthrough in the RnB/Soul category in June, last year.
By Sindiso Dube Jan. 15, 2023
Council fleet now ‘too old’
The concerns were raised in the latest council minutes where indications were made that the local authority was facing challenges in service delivery.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 19, 2022
Zim author makes waves in UK
Her story, submitted in the Bath Flash Fiction Award competition, was chosen among the top 50 from thousands of entries across the world.
By Life & Style Reporter Oct. 31, 2022
Names vanish from voters roll
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Nizbert Moyo
Faz is misleading Zanu PF