“In the next years, we will hear a lot about authoritarianism in Brazil, but we will also hear a lot about resistance,” Brazilian congresswoman Maria do Rosário said.
Erika Hilton and Erica Malunguinho are not afraid of Brazil’s new far-right president, but they are under no illusions about the struggle ahead.
Ernesto Fraga Araújo once published a blog post praising Trump for saving Western Christian civilization from “global cultural Marxism.”
Sahle-Work Zewde’s historic appointment comes after an unprecedented push to achieve gender balance within Ethiopia’s government.
He’s...making Uganda great again?
The US first lady’s solo trip to the continent was filled with sweet photos and well-received donations — but not much else.
Young Kenyans have been filling cinemas to watch Rafiki after a ban on it being shown was lifted. Warning: Spoilers ahead.
A Senior Politician Has Been Charged Over The Murder Of A Student Who Was Seven Months Pregnant With His Child
Sharon Otieno’s killing earlier this month had put “sugar daddy” culture in Kenya under the spotlight.
A judge ruled that Kenyan society was not so weak that it could be shaken by a love story about two women.
Kenya’s ban on Rafiki, a love story between two Kenyan women, must be lifted in order for it to be considered for an Academy Award next year.
The horrific death of 26-year-old Sharon Otieno has people demanding answers, and questioning the culture of “sugar daddy” relationships.
Bobi Wine, a former singer who is now a thorn in the side of Uganda’s president, wrote a harrowing Facebook post about being kicked and beaten in the head and testicles while he was under arrest.
Nelson Chamisa's supporters hoped he would make history in Zimbabwe. But mistakes he made himself could have cost him.
Riot Police In Zimbabwe Gatecrashed A Press Conference Where The Opposition Declared The Election Results Fake
At least 50 officers interrupted a press conference held by Nelson Chamisa, physically intimidating journalists and trying to force them out onto the street.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who forced Robert Mugabe out of office in November, managed to extend his term in an extremely tight race.
Opposition supporters in the capital were met with gunfire, tear gas, water cannons, and tanks.
Zimbabweans took to the polls to vote for a whole new government in the post-Mugabe era, and most are confident that, for the first time ever, elections will be fair.
The former president called a last-minute press conference from his mansion and said he could not vote for his own party.
For the first time in almost 40 years, Zimbabwe is holding an election without Robert Mugabe on the ballot. Now an array of women are fighting for their say in how the country will be run.
Nelson Chamisa raised concerns over the spread of false stories about him — but when pressed for more details, his party could not come up with them.