In a new film, five young Zulu women set off on a trek in Africa’s oldest nature reserve, as the latter is threatened by coal mines and rhino poachers.
In April 2012, Ingrid Turinawe, then leader of Uganda’s Forum for Democratic Change Women’s League, was
October 11 is International Day of the Girl Child, and October 25 Tanzania will run Presidential
Since 2010, July 18 has been `celebrated’ as Mandela Day. Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela aka Madiba was
Yesterday, in Inezgane, south of Agadir, on the southern part of Morocco’s Atlantic Ocean coast, a
In Morocco, the real story is once more that of women organizing, pushing back and pushing forward, creating new spaces precisely where others try to shut them down.
The astonishing lengths to which the South African state went to demean and diminish Marikana miners, dead and living, and their loved ones.
In the state of Kano, in Nigeria, last year, a 14-year-old girl, Wasila Tasi’u, was charged
To honor the June 16, 1976 Soweto Uprising, aka Youth Day, the Rock Girls are on
On Monday, in Nairobi, a woman walking past a taxi rank was, first, catcalled and, then,
For those interested in gender equality, women’s rights, and even women’s power, these are heady day
Sixty five years ago, Margaret Bourke-White traveled to South Africa, and spent some time in what