Despite bold efforts to rein in the executive, Ghana's Parliament has failed where it matters most.
“OBJ” is probably the most globally known and celebrated Nigerian leader.
Higher education on the continent is gradually recovering from the shocks of 2020.
Establishing a youth-friendly eco-system by creating entrepreneurship hubs, business networking spaces, and ease of trade to pan-African markets will offer young people
Governments that fail to overhaul taxing, spending, and borrowing could face electoral backlash
Tsitsi Dangarembga, the Booker-shortlisted Zimbabwean writer who was arrested last year in Harare while protesting against corruption, has been awarded the PEN
Many national governments, including Ghana, are embracing sexuality education in theory. But in practice it remains highly contentious, particularly on what is
By Kunal Sen, Michael Danquah, Robert Darko Osei, and Simone Schotte Coronavirus lockdowns brought the world to a standstill. Rules on hygiene
By Roger Gocking In the early years of African independence, hydroelectricity offered the promise of modernity and development. For then President Kwame
The streaming giant has come knocking, but a lack of infrastructure and government support continues to hinder the continent telling its own