We are each other's last hope because, frankly, the world out there does not love us.
Today's tourists look for destinations that reflect their ethics. They want to visit real communities and have real interactions with real people.
Industry participants gathered in Cape Town to work out ways to empower and uplift people while protecting and conserving often fragile environments.
Terrorism has fuelled a sharp increase in the number of death sentences imposed on the continent in 2014, reports Amnesty International.
Feminist blogger, Nana Sekyiamah Darkoa, talks about her blog where African women can boldly share intimate stories about their sexual experiences.
Thousands of refugees are fleeing to Chad after Boko Haram's attacks in northeast Nigeria. We visited a refugee camp and town the militants attacked.
Journalist and blogger, Chika Oduah, talks about the risks of being a journalist in Africa today and the notion that journalism thrives on bad news.
Ory Okolloh, founder of software company Ushahidi, is one of eight black women named as The 100 Most Influential People in 2014 by Time Magazine.
The M&G revisited Mohlakeng to speak to the founder of the Underground Library, Neo Mathetsa, about their efforts to improve literacy among the youth.
Unicef follows Rita Nota, who is staying at Bangula Primary School since the floods left her family homeless, as she attempts to continue her studies.
The government needs to address the causes of xenophobia and hold people accountable, says Human Rights Watch at the release of its World Report 2015.
The Ethiopian government’s systematic repression of independent media has created a bleak landscape for free expression ahead of their May elections.
Bill and Melinda Gates believe poor people's live will change rapidly in the near future. M&G's Health reporter Amy Green speaks to Bill Gates.
Political changes in Burkina Faso make a compelling reason to revisit the dynamics involved in Africa's international relations and diplomacy.
African countries hit by Ebola are struggling from the fallout of the disease, and countries are calling for their debts to be alleviated.
There are 15 key pointers to watch this year that will indicate the direction in which Africa is heading.
Family homes are being destroyed under the orders of King Mswati III, to make land available for a Science, Innovation and Biotechnology Park.