Patrick Nzabonimpa on the nervous hustle and rush to make it home in time for curfew.
Musician and academic, Ajoh writes about the resurgence of her passion for music while navigating inconvenient lockdown regulations.
Patricia Kombo is a youth climate activist in Kenya. She is best known for her tree-planting initiatives as part of her non-profit PaTree Initiative. The initiative has planted over 10 000 trees as of 2020. We spoke to Kombo about her inspiring work. How did you find yourself as a
Robert Ssemwogerere, an entrepreneur in Kampala, Uganda, shares his pandemic survival tips and lessons for businesses in the liquor and entertainment industry.
Pẹlẹ o from the HQ Squad This year's theme for World TEacher's Day was 'Teachers at the heart of education recovery' which sought to honour the efforts that teachers have made to keep classes going throughout the pandemic. Teachers have had to be adaptable and offer as much stability as
Diarra Housseyni Mbaye is a popular newspaper seller who has had to diversify his offering to motorists.
Uzochukwuamaka Olukoya writes about how education and storytelling are a powerful tool to dispel myths and spread information to empower and connect communities.
Lollise Mbi, a Motswana based in New York, shares an intimate self-portrait, writing about her shifting relationship with prayer, creativity, and her mother.
Ruth Adong, a radio personality from Uganda, shares how she survived isolation and missing her 3 year old.
Katlego K Kolanyane-Kesupile; performance artist, musician, writer and artivist writes about her experimental and experiential creative process.
Three friends put their heads together to create an app for young entrepreneurs to seek out funding, despite the challenges that the pandemic threw at them.