3 minutes read July 7, 2015 Morocco joins the miniskirt wars On June 14, Sanae and Siham, 23 and 29 years old respectively, identified as students and professional hair stylists, went to shop in Inezgane, south of Agadir, on the southern….. Read More 2 minutes read May 22, 2013 The Real Housewives of Harare It’s election season in Zimbabwe, and so, as before, the State has engaged in ‘urban renewal’ by ‘cleaning the streets.’ Under British rule, today’s Zimbabwean women fought for the right….. Read More 0 minutes Less than a minute read February 2, 2012 Salone Got Riddim AIAC contributor Anni Lyngskaer just posted this short video showcasing the rhythm of daily life in Sierra Leone, and the dancing talents of the country’s women. It’s a really nicely shot….. Read More 2 minutes read August 12, 2011 Song and Dance By Dan Moshenberg Tuesday, August 9, 2011, was the annual celebration, in South Africa, of National Women’s Day. This public holiday commemorates August 9, 1956, the women’s march on the….. Read More 2 minutes read June 29, 2011 The Rwandan Glass Ceiling The second instalment of Dan Moshenberg’s weekly posts (his first here) on that place where gender, Africa and media collide.–Sean Jacobs By Dan Moshenberg Let’s talk about Rwandan women. Last….. Read More 1 minute read July 15, 2010 The Judge HBO has selected the documentary, “Courting Justice”, by American filmmakers Ruth Cowan and Jane Thandi Lipman (Cowan created, and Lipman directed the film) as a competition finalist in the Martha’s….. Read More 0 minutes Less than a minute read January 26, 2010 Republic of Women 70% of Rwanda’s population are women. Via A24media.com Read More ← Older posts ©Africa is a Country 2015 Africa is a Country Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: Stream.