Producer and filmmaker Appie Matere reflects on how she has healed and grown through the pandemic.
#AmplifyHQ Fellow Funmi Adebayo showcases the work of Muyiwa Akiwolere as he shares the inspiration behind creating contemporary Nigerian art in the time of Covid.
Amplify Fellow Clarke Dhana's photostory looks at the struggles faced by Zimbabwean's from their passports, which many have dubbed 'Green Mamba'.
Victor Baatweng writes about the Omicron variant in the context of vaccine inequity - with a particular focus on Botswana.
Amplify Fellows bring us the African Resilient Entreprenuer Podcast where they highlight the fear, joy, and turbulence felt from every corner of the continent at the outset of the pandemic.
Amplify fellows Nasra, Ademola, Bukunmi and Enock speak to doctors from across the continent about the impact on healthcare brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.
#AmplifyHQ fellows Sophia, Simphiwe, Esther and Funmi talked to two trailblazing medics, Amake Azie and Oyepeju Akintola, who not only save lives during the day but devote their time to writing romance fiction by night.
#Amplify Fellows introduce us to two sensational African women, who are leading in the face of the pandemic. Meet Zambian swimming instructor, Sibongile Phiri, and Nigerian athlete, Sola Aderinboye.
To Patrick Nzabonimpa pleasant surprise, Kigali's Gikondo market is vigilant about keeping patrons safe.
With a near loss of their home, and her parents rocky marriage to live through, Mary Onuoha found an unlikely escape. Amplify fellow Blessing O. Nwodo spoke to her.
Amplify Fellows Stephanie, Blessing, and Caroline speak with She's Fit founder, Faith Okoroegbe about the transformative nature of exercise and how it has helped her and those that she teaches overcome their mental and physical struggles.