Science vs the arts is a false dichotomy. We must intertwine our artistic skills with our scientific insights to invent our future.
As the recorded number of infections in Africa edges towards the six million mark, it has become clear that COVID-19 is not only a public health challenge.
President Samia has inherited a divided nation, an opposition determined to rejuvenate itself, and a feeble ruling party. These constraints account for her inability to pursue fundamental political reforms.
Fatma Alloo (of the Tanzania Media Women's Association) on how women used the media and cultural spaces to organize and challenge gender norms.
Hopefully, the Magufuli phenomenon would have taught progressive African intellectuals to distinguish between rhetorical anti-imperialism and systemic understanding of the global capitalist-imperialist system
Tanzania and Kenya represent two of the continent’s more closely matched territories. But the contrast between the two countries remains among the most intriguing examples of post-independence Africa’s political comparison.
The nations around the great lakes, that is Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, Somalia tend to mirror each other in numerous ways. The older voters are taking stock of the democratic journey as the younger, restless voters come to terms with the cyclical and often slow pace of reforms in electoral justice and voter power. as debated Fatma Karume, Kalundi Serumaga, Adam Abebe, Omar Mahood, moderator Patrick Gathara and host Pauline Otieno-Skaper. A partnership Forum between Heinrich Boll Foundation, Rift Valley Institute, and The Elephant.