The effects of the #sexforgrades documentary released by BBC Africa Eye have just begun as Foursquare Gospel Church has distanced itself from the pastor and Unilag Lecturer, Dr Boniface Igbeneghu.View More #SexForGrades : Foursquare Gospel Church Asks Dr Boniface Igbeneghu To Step Down
Barely 6 hours after the BBC Africa Eye Documentary which showed two lecturers from University of Lagos and University of Ghana sexually harass journalists disguised as students, #sexforgrades has started trending on Twitter.View More #SexForGrades Is Trending On Twitter As More People Share Their Experiences
In Africa, academic institutions are rife with male lecturers who constantly harass female students asking for sex in exchange for good grades. However, this phenomenon has seen little to no reportage. It is also hard to prove and so students hardly get the justice they deserve even after speaking up.View More BBC Africa Eye Goes Undercover In Sex For Grades Documentary Spanning Lagos And Ghana
So here’s the tea; women bleed. A lot. Every month, mother nature assumes we would be making steamy love to a dark handsome gent and carry a love child in our belly, so she prepares our uterus to receive said love child.View More Period Shaming Is A Thing And You Might Be Guilty
Parents and Christian groups in Ghana are kicking against the Comprehensive Sexuality Education which is planned to be introduced to primary school children from the age of four.View More In Ghana, Parents And Christian Groups Are Kicking Against Sex Education For Children
In 2017, after a father had beaten his 13-year old son “in a manner that exceeded the bounds of reasonable chastisement”, the South African High Court ruled that spanking of children by their guardians and parents was illegal.View More Spanking Is Now Unconstitutional In South Africa
Another woman has just been murdered in South Africa. According to police spokesperson Captain Nqobile Gwala, 22 year old Sinethemba Ndlovu died after sustaining two stab wounds below her left armpit and stomach. She died in medical care.View More Death of Another Young South African Woman, Sinethemba Ndlovu Prompts Sadness, Outrage
Two African women, Ilwad Elman and Hajer Sharief have made the list for winning the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize Award.
Somalia’s social rights activist, Ilwad Elman and Libyan law student, Hajer Sharief have been nominated for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize award.
The South African government has pledged R1.1 billion (USD 682 million) as additional funding towards the fight against the continued gender-based violence in South Africa.View More The South African Government Has Pledged 1.1 Billion Rand Towards The Fight Against Gender Based Violence
My lecturer who is also a gynecologist told us a very gory story. There was a pregnant woman whom he had as a patient and upon examination of this woman a few months to her delivery date, discovered that she had a very small pubic angle.View More Fighting The Hebrew Woman Syndrome
Not many know that the colonization of Africa was possible due to the promises made to European men of sexually promiscuous African women. In fact,…View More How Pictures of Nude African Women Were Used By The Europeans To Enlist Volunteers During Colonization
South African rapper, Sho Madjozi in aseries of emotional tweets shared the dynamics of South African Xenophobia and the Xenophobic attacks currently taking place against Nigerians.View More Sho Madjozi Shares How Complex Xenophopia In South Africa Is In Emotional Twitter Thread
Adut Akech, the South Sudanese – Australian model has expressed how disappointed she is after Australia’s Who Magazine, published an interview with Akech alongside the image of a fellow model Flavia Lazarus.View More Model, Adut Akech Responds to Image Blunder in Australia’s WHO Magazine
Every year, the conversation about equal pay for women in sports arise and this year, it was spurred by the just concluded women’s world cupView More Achieving Equal Pay For Women in Sports
FGM is practiced in over 30 countries (mostly African) including: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Cote d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea,View More Female Genital Mutilation: Myths and Facts II