The Grime That Comes With Crime
Having a criminal record for a less serious offence which occurred years ago should not be used to bar someone from gainful employment today.
Nailed By Imposters
Having your identity stolen can lead to debt, being barred from a bank, married to a person you’ve never met, or worse – arrest.
Should Africa Ditch Ubuntu?
Corneille Karekezi, Chief Executive Officer of Africa Re, thinks the continent needs to reconsider how it looks at the insurance industry.
An Ill Wind Blowing Nobody Any Good
Dithering and delay are leading to bitter, unintended consequences of a bright government energy policy in Africa that is likely to end in tears and job losses.
Stuff The Money, Forget About Witchcraft – It’s raining beer
They call it black metal. Pounding, grinding and clanging music. On a sweaty night in Pretoria, Africans storm one of the bastions of white music.
Clarifai’s image-recognition AI can go toe-to-toe with those of Google, IbM and Microsoft. Now the startup must fight to stay competitive.
Back Once I've Scored This Goal
Like many sports, hockey is becoming a story of rich man, poor man. One of the world’s biggest tournaments was held in Africa...
A Concept Car That Captivates
The Lexus LC 500 drew gasps when its designs were revealed; taking the car on the road lives up to its promise.
An Awesome, Awkward, African Night
In contemporary literary circles, it turned out to be a bizarre winter evening with the Kenyan writer and gay activist, Binyavanga Wainaina.