I’m thrilled to share some exciting news from my writing journey – I was shortlisted for a 2023 Miles Morland Foundation Writing Scholarship! Out of 600 entries from incredibly talented writers across the African continent, it’s truly an honour to find myself among the 19 writers on this year’s shortlist. Firstly, a massive shout-out to […]
Web Summit 2023 felt surprisingly alive and engaging, defying the doom-laden forecasts. This year’s event was a vibrant mix of intriguing conversations and captivating showcases, turning out to be much more fun and personal than anyone could have guessed.
Ten working days; that is how long it takes to set up a limited liability company in Switzerland. All you need are a few signed documents and just over US$23,000 deposited into a local bank account.
With many employees shifting to remote work due to the pandemic, what is the future of work and how is the new normal affecting ordinary people forced into major life changes?
A man who recently uploaded videos destroying Dendairy milk – after using it to clean a pit latrine – has been taken to court by the Kwekwe-based company.
The irony of Europeans spreading Covid-19 to Africa will be lost on bigots like Italy’s Salvini, for whom the migrant spreading disease is a go-to bogeyman.
We need Zimbabwean newspapers to behave professionally in coronavirus coverage. We seem to be out of luck.
I am giving away eight free audiobooks, on the 8th of April. Because so many of us are stuck in lockdown, quarantine or other unforeseen circumstances.
Montpellier city centre is quiet after government ordered the closure of all bars, restaurants and non-essential shops to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
In Montpellier, as with everywhere else, Thursday 5th December was the day of a French national strike in protest against the pension reforms.