Libya: “No brother in the jungle” by Reuben Abati [READ]

By Reuben Abati Arab countries have a tradition of slavery dating back to centuries. This has persisted despite the existence of international conventions and legal...

Rise Networks Launches Political Leadership/Public Service Training for Elected Campus Student Leaders [READ]

The 2016 Nigerian Student Leaders Fellowship Program successfully ended after a week-long Boot Camp during which the 2016 TNSLFP Fellows were exposed to varying...

Africa’s Rights Commission Takes Bold Step Against Sexual Violence by Stanley Ibe [CLICK]

A major highlight of the recently concluded 61st ordinary session of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights was the launch of “Guidelines...

TS COLUMNIST: The African Commission at 30: Reflections on Progress and Setbacks by Stanley...

The smallest country in mainland Africa – The Gambia - hosts a very important institution. Headquartered in Banjul, The Gambia, the African Commission on...

TS COLUMNIST: ECOWAS Court Establishes Precedent on Gender-Based Violence & Discrimination By Stanley Ibe...

Nigeria has a vibrant women’s rights movement comprising individuals and organizations who recognize that women deserve better than they are getting at the moment....

VIDEO: Students Burn Down School For Being Too ‘Ugly’

A group of South African students have burned down their secondary school because they think it is too ugly. According to the Timeslive, the students...

The Show Must Go On: How Online Video Is Helping To Drive The Demand...

Slow or limited internet access in many African countries is still a major hurdle for everyone from ordinary consumers to small and mid-sized digital...

How Government, Not Religion, Is Creating Boko Haram’s Army Of Young Extremists [READ]

Africans who didn’t sing the national anthem as a child are more likely to be recruited into violent extremist groups. Those living in the...

Blackout! Togo Shuts Down Internet Amid Massive Opposition Protests [READ]

Access to the Internet in Togo has been massively restricted by the government as opposition supporters gather to protest against the rule of President...

African Villages Can Become Tech Labs. Here’s How [READ]

Africa needs more engineers and makers, the head of Gearbox - Nairobi's leading maker-space - has told the TEDGlobal conference in Tanzania. Kamau Gachigi said...

War on Terror 2.0: Could Civilian JTF Become The New Boko Haram? [READ]

They helped tackle Boko Haram but could vigilantes turn into Nigeria's next security threat? With his homemade rifle resting on the sandbags of the checkpoint,...

World Cup Qualifiers: 5 Hot Talking Points For Nigeria [CLICK]

One point gained or two lost for Nigeria? The team’s celebrations after the draw with Cameroon—and the reaction of various former high-profile players on social...

This Heartbreaking Infographic Reveals The Only African Country That Might Survive Climate Change [SEE]

According to the United Nations (UN), climate change is now affecting every country on every continent. It is disrupting national economies and affecting lives,...

Lifeline! One of Africa’s Most Profitable Airlines Wants To Take Over Troubled Arik Air...

Ethiopia Airlines is in negotiations to take over Arik Air, Nigeria’s largest airline. An official from Ethiopia Airline has confirmed that the East African carrier...

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