2020 Report: African Women thriving in Sports

(7 mins read) 2020 was supposed to be the year of big sporting events such as the Olympic Games, Africa Women’s Cup of Nations, and Uefa men’s Euros.  But then the coronavirus pandemic came upon us, all aspects of life including sports came to an unexpected halt. Many competitions were canceled, jobs were lost and

Meet the 17-year old Zimbabwean teen who is fighting Child Marriages, Drugs and Gender-Based Violence with Taekwondo

(5 mins read) Natsiraishe Maritsa and her students.  Photo Credit: AP Natsiraishe Maritsa is a 17-year old Zimbabwean teen who’s bravery is making history. Natsiraishe is a Taekwondo enthusiast and has been since the age of five. Today, she uses her passion for Taekwondo to tackle the drug problem within the community by offering them

African musicians to listen to in 2021

(10 mins read) Now that 2020 is over and done with. You cannot enter 2021 without having listened to African music. The African entertainment market has skyrocketed with the help of the internet with many people now realising the amazing sounds coming from Africa. Now millions of Africans worldwide can reconnect with their home countries

The African women who soared in 2020 despite the pandemic

there’s no denying that 2020 has been a difficult year for many and with the threat of COVID still looming, 2020 to say the least has been a surreal year.  But good news, if you’re reading this we made it! And that’s not something to be taken for granted. Despite the difficulties 2020 has presented, many