Why The Film ‘Winnie’, About Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, Nailed It As A Good Documentary

In death, as in life, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela divided opinions. This documentary is the first film to tell the story of her life from her own point of view in a substantial and artistic way

Kabila Thinks Congo Is Better Than Yemen, Syria – Boycotts Donor Conference, Saying His Isn’t A Country With Skyrocketing Emergency Needs

Faced with an angry Kinshasa, UN quickly removed DRC from classification as one of the countries with the worst crises in the world

The Illegal Economy Of Buying And Selling Refugee Registration: Inside The Ugandan Refugee Scandal

Besides South Sudanese paying bribes to register as refugees and enable their resettlement in the west, there were rumours of Ugandans trying to buy themselves refugee status too!

Rwanda Has One Of World’s Most Ambitious Electrification Plans, But Is It The Best Way To Get Power To Remote Areas?

In 2009 only 6% of Rwandans had access to electricity. In an ambitious push, that could hit 70% this year

Ramaphosa And The New South African Promised Land: How Many Messiahs Can One Country Take?

Nelson Mandela was South Africa’s first Messiah…almost everything he did was inevitably positive. The economy grew, rainbows were believed in, the national football team Bafana Bafana were football champions