It is apparent that in various ways, football’s great anthems can represent our hopes of success, our fear of defeat and our pride in national and local identities.
African writers being portrayed as icons isn’t new. The same became true of the revered “fathers” of canonical postcolonial African fiction, Chinua Achebe and Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o, for example.
E-learning has its own challenges too. Courses that require student practicals—such as the natural, health and physical sciences—have been heavily disrupted.
While Covid-19 has held back learning, bold reform is possible and the pandemic presents a historic opportunity to revamp education systems.
The core values that have driven USIU-Africa throughout its 52 years of academic excellence are lifelong-learning, integrity, innovativeness, social responsibility and academic freedom.
The 2015 romcom Tell Me Sweet Something was a breakthrough. The African romcom seems a perfect fit for the streaming market.
Social media platforms exploit our emotions and pre-cognate needs like belonging, recognition, acceptance and pleasure that are ‘hard wired’ into us to secure our survival.
Infection with the Covid-19 virus has been less common in school-age children, especially those in elementary school, than among other age groups.
In most of the world today, it is still typical for emerging adults to stay home until at least their late 20s.
Most established adults we interviewed seemed to recognize that they were happier in their 30s than they were in their 20s, and this impacted how they thought about some of the signs of physical aging that they were starting to encounter.