June 18, 2018

Inside the Prison Walls: Upholding the dignity of prisoners

By Lilian Saka Kiefer It is widely acknowledged that ‘Prisoners’ Health is Public Health’, mostly because people are constantly crossing over the boundaries into and out […]
May 22, 2018

A typical day in the life of a girl in rural Zambia

By Gillies C Kasongo Children’s voices do not get heard in various national, regional and international media platforms and development programmes that aim at reducing child […]
May 14, 2018

Addressing gaps in the legal, policy framework for enhanced child protection in Zambia

By Belinda Pellser Mungu While Zambia’s legal framework and policies support effective protection of children from all forms of exploitation and abuse, there appears some ‘gaps’ […]
May 13, 2018
Vusumuzi Sifile

Why keeping power in check is a pipe dream in Southern Africa

  By Vusumuzi Sifile One thing was very clear during the commemoration of World Press Freedom Day on 3 May 2018: the unquestionable public appreciation of […]