Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from November, 2022
Despite the distance between them, Brazil remains part of daily debate in Angola and Mozambique.
Miti Alliance is a Kenyan social impact enterprise that has built a tree museum to preserve seedlings for some of Africa’s rare Indigenous trees that could soon become extinct.
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Looking ahead, the rest of us must resume the debate about the enormous power we have bequeathed social media platforms and the overdependence on Twitter by those who work in social justice, governance, human rights, and democracy.
Freedom House shed new light on China's influence in the communications sector in several countries around the world, including Mozambique.
In response to the controversy, the Ministry of Education of Angola intervened with guidelines advising schools to combat discrimination.
Why have the race organisers, especially at the Abbott World Marathon Majors, never considered having professional interpreters, especially for the Kiswahili, Kalenjin, and Amharic languages? Many Africans online ask.
Mozambique has been in an increasingly delicate situation compared to the countries that pollute the most in the world.
A staycation anyone? This Kenyan hospital defied the law to advertise a vacation with social media influencers
The use of celebrities, influencers, and other high-profile individuals to advertise or subtly recommend some hospitals is not in line with the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists (Practitioners and Health Facilities) Advertising Rules of 2016.
In a massive feat of irony, Coca-cola, the world’s largest plastic polluter, is sponsoring COP27, the world’s largest annual environmental conference, which will take place in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt this month.
Pakistani journalist and anchorperson Arshad Sharif was shot and killed by Kenyan police in a case of "mistaken identity". However, in both countries, people are questioning the official narrative.