What is SADC’s position on Charter for African Cultural Renaissance?
In January 2006, Heads of State and Government of the African Union, meeting in Khartoum, Sudan, adopted the Charter for African Cultural Renaissance. Twelve years later the charter has still not come into force as two thirds of the total membership of the African Union have not ratified it. ...Read More
That sense of entitlement!
Social stratification with respect to women has remained on the global agenda since time immemorial, with ongoing debate raging on how the life of woman can be improved, and she be emancipated from the various daily afflictions enmeshed in male entitlement, to which she remains a subject. ...Read More
Call for applications: Afro Pepites 2018
The African Dream is calling on artists to apply for the Afro Pepites Show – a global platform where African musicians and music lovers can create their own show on the Internet around one single theme: African culture. ...Read More
Bikini launches to boost women empowerment
Windhoek - Since summer body season is just around the corner, many women might already be on the hunt for the perfect new bikini. ...Read More
Bobi Wine: The new icon of music activism
Emboldened by the mobilising power of social media, the recent arrest of musician-cum-politician Bobi Wine has ignited a renaissance of pan-African activism. Reminiscent of the campaign to free Nelson Mandela, artists and celebrities from all over Africa have played a major role in the #FreeBobiWine movement. ...Read More