We’re complicit in our own exploitation

Zukiswa Wanner

"We are failing to put the blame squarely where it belongs: on our political leaders, our business leaders and ourselves".

Africa’s first woman skeleton Olympian: ‘I am prepared’

Sarah Smit

The Nigerian skeleton racer made history during her last two qualifying races on her way to PyeongChang

Why the sartorial choices of Salafi clerics sparked a debate on morality in Nigeria

Moses E. Ochonu

For many young Muslims in northern Nigeria, Salafism’s prescriptions and prohibitions are suffocating

What needs to be done to make Africa politically stable

Jakkie Cilliers

In the long term only rapid, inclusive economic growth combined with good governance can make the continent less volatile.

Nigerian athlete slides into history

From the sand to the ice, Africa's first woman skeleton racer gears up for the Winter Olympics.