HIV/AIDS: Mentorship programme helps young mothers open up

By Nadia Samie-Jacobs Three times a month, 18-year-old Grace Mutungambera walks more than 14 kilometres from her home to the nearest clinic. With her baby strapped to her back and…

ROLLING STONES: Benhura on why his sculptures are like music to him

*This article is taken from thenational.ae AS A child, Dominic Benhura already knew he wanted to be a sculptor. In fact, he was creating his first pieces at the age…

Greta Thunberg’s father: ‘She is happy, but I worry’

Greta Thunberg’s father has said he thought it was “a bad idea” for his daughter to take to the “front line” of the battle against climate change. Millions of people…

Zimbabwean experts help keep UK’s Falkland Islands safe

By heraldscotland.com UNITED Kingdom: Through the lifting mist, the scene is both surreal and hauntingly eerie. Around a corner of the tideline, a group of about 30 Magellanic penguins huddles.…

How South Africa’s white liberals dodge honest debates about race

By The Conversation.com The ideological position of the Democratic Alliance, South Africa’s main opposition party, on how to achieve racial justice and equality in post-apartheid South Africa is morally confused.…

Health kiosks expanding HIV services in Zimbabwe

By reliefweb.int IF you drive through Zimbabwe on a typical Saturday or Sunday, you will see many places of religious worship. Some are static structures, while others are mobile. Some…

Mana Pools walking safari takes you straight out of your comfort zone

By westcoastsentinel.com.au A walking safari among Africa’s big game? Craig Tansley finds out why his guides need big helpings of courage. We’re at dinner on a long table under a…