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.
Darlington Chibueze Anuonye writes about his friendship with two widowed women in Nekede, Nigeria, and how they are surviving the precarity of loss and strife in a pandemic.
For academic and activist Wandile Mthiyane, the search for dinner one evening was a painful reminder of how remnants of apartheid are alive and well in South Africa. He now uses food to help his community and address racism and prejudice in his home city of Durban.
Ebisike Kenneth Chinedum shares their experience of public transport in Nigeria during the Covid19 pandemic.
For new mothers, the fear of their child getting infected and ill from any virus is particularly heightened during a devastating pandemic. Lutgard Musiine takes look at what studies say about Covid19 and breastfeeding.
Adefunke Bolatito speaks to young Nigerian mother's to be on maternal health and fears associated with Covid-19.
Princess Ezeji shares an intergenerational story of bonding and appreciating simple moments with her grandfather .
The recent action of civil unrest and disruption of economic activities in South Africa was alarming. Phehello J Mofokeng weighs in on the impact of the civil unrest on the fight against Covid19.
Re-invention is the name of the game for Senegal's entrepreneurs. Daw Mbaye Jaly Badiane spoke to a few about how they are surviving Covid-19.