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 […]
April 30, 2018
Vusumuzi Sifile

As Zimbabwe prepares for elections, the media must lead from the front

By Vusumuzi Sifile As Zimbabwe readies for harmonised Presidential, Parliamentary and Local Government elections in a few months’ time, the media in and outside the country […]
April 18, 2018

Towards achieving sustainable development goals in Zambia: The role of civil society organisations

By Belinda Pellser Following Zambia’s failure to meet the millennium development goals (MDGs), there is a growing realization of the need for other stakeholders such as […]
April 3, 2018

Facing the Elephant in the Room: Sexual harassment holding women down

By Lilian Saka Kiefer I recently attended a meeting on empowering women for leadership in politics and in public administration. The meeting provided a platform to […]