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Zambia pardons two gay men | #54DegreesAcrossAfrica

Zambia's President Edgar Lungu has pardoned two men who were jailed last year for having sex with each other. Their 15-year sentence triggered a diplomatic...

A Chinese province is taking anti-racism measures and we hope it works out

Officials in China’s Guangdong province have announced new measures aimed at putting an end to racial discrimination - a storm that has...

Malawi has recorded 3 COVID-19 deaths already and the courts say no to a lockdown

With 36 cases of the coronavirus, including three deaths, the Malawi High Court, for the second time in a fortnight, has stopped...

What we, as Muslims, can do this Ramadan period

It is Ramadan again, and Muslims all over Africa and the world embark on a one month fasting and prayer, but there...

How South Africans are responding to Ramaphosa’s #R350 grant

South Africa's President, Cyril Ramaphosa has announced plans to provide a special COVID-19 social relief or distressed grant to assist unemployed citizens...

Lions use human absence to nap on tarred roads

It might not take too long before animals in South Africa's Kruger National Park noticed human absence, and lions have taken over...