African football fans won’t be able to watch the big matches on TV – what went wrong and how to fix it

The sale of television rights is the prime source of revenue for footballing organisations worldwide but is particularly critical to Africa. Yet the Confederation of African Football (Caf) keeps making headlines for sacking its broadcasting partners.

By Chuka Onwumechili Professor of Communications, Howard University 10 days ago

Cannabis is illegal in Nigeria but provides a living for families - study calls for rethink of drug laws

Arriving at the tranquil village health facility in southwestern Nigeria, we were met by a small gathering of men – young and old – with thinly veiled excitement.

By Gernot Klantschnig Associate Professor in International Criminology, University of Bristol 25 days ago

Reimagining the Fourth Industrial Revolution for Africa

In a recent publication titled "The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Techno-Colonialism, and the Sub-Saharan African Response," author, Edmund Terem Ugar, outlines his perspective on how Sub-Saharan Africa should respond to the challenges and opportunities presented by the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).

By Edmund Terem Ugar, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Philosophy and Research Assistant Centre for African-China Studies (CACS), University of Johannesburg   about 1 month ago

Zimbabwean Exemption Permits extended

Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has extended the Zimbabwean Exemption Permits (ZEP) for another six months.

By Neo Poho 4 months ago

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