We tap into HQ sources and partners that give us insight into what's happening on the continent's vaccine front. Here are this week’s highlights.
Giving birth at the start of the covid pandemic affected me psychologically and professionally as a student studying a dual PhD programme. Antenatal checks at the hospital were frightening as I fretted over getting infected by the virus. However, I soon learnt to ignore my fears, which erupted again just
Ongaipe from the HQ Squad. There is a COVID-19 surge on the continent, and it is definitely of concern. That concern is tempered a bit by the just-ended G7 Summit with some positive news for Africa, as a landmark agreement was reached to contribute a significant number of vaccine doses,
Wilfred Okiche writes about how the Encounters Film Festival has changed gears and is still telling Africa’s stories, one documentary at a time.
Keketso Mabale journeys from being nonchalant about covid to a launching a Covid19 awareness campaign in his village
Bradley Mayuba details how the pandemic inspired him to begin poultry farming
Thuku Kariuki describes the pandemic's impact on freelance journalism and family traditions
The Foundation will deploy $1.3 billion over the next three years in partnership with the Africa CDC to provide vaccinations and vaccination support in Africa.
Mohau Kubheka caught up with DJ Akio on keeping the beat alive, and surviving Covid19 lockdowns.
Ndewo from the HQ Squad. The Beat is loaded this week. One feature is the story of a young woman who found her voice and took her place in the #BlackLivesMatter movement that rocked the world. The sad and unfortunate pandemic of corruption continues to be a hindrance on the
Godiolla Akimana describes how her family came around to creating a conducive online learning environment after initial resistance.