Teresa June Estes has demanded an apology from Kenyan media outlets who misreported details of her traditional wedding.
People In Sudan Don’t Know You Changed Your Profile Picture To Blue. Her Graffiti Is Spreading The Word.
The Sudanese military has blocked the internet, meaning that many in the country don't know about #BlueForSudan and the global interest it sparked. Assil Diab is taking to the streets to tell the story behind the hashtag.
The decision comes weeks after Kenya upheld its own laws against gay sex.
Security forces are "literally treating people like prey," one person with relatives in Khartoum told BuzzFeed News via WhatsApp.
In a major blow to LGBT advocates, Kenya’s High Court said colonial-era laws outlawing gay sex should stay in place.
She Protested Against Campus Rape Culture After Being Sexually Assaulted. Then Her School Banned Her For Life.
Ahead of elections, women are demanding the new government in South Africa finally act to end the scourge of gender-based violence.
With a crucial election looming, populist and nationalist rhetoric put forward by world leaders like President Trump is making xenophobia in South Africa worse.
The former military leader’s resignation comes after four months of escalating pressure from protesters across the country.
In her first interview since going viral, the woman in the photo said that when she's not protesting the government, she's a student studying engineering and architecture.
Ethiopian women are using Instagram to encourage their community to confront an issue usually greeted with silence.
Samora Mangesi, a 26-year-old news broadcaster, posted photos of his injuries on Twitter on Wednesday.
These Women Joined Facebook To Follow Their Crushes. Now They’re Using Their Skills To Expose Abusive Police.
Women in Sudan have transformed Facebook groups initially set up to spill the tea on their love lives to expose members of the security forces abusing their power — and are now at the heart of protests sweeping the country.
It is also now illegal to discriminate against people based on their sexual orientation.
The social media shutdown comes amid huge civil unrest in Zimbabwe, with reports of indiscriminate arrests and violence by police and soldiers against protesters.
Among the victims are two best friends who were aid workers in Somalia, and the American managing director of a global consulting company.
Fourteen civilians died in the attack, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta said.
The siege comes three years to the day since al-Shabaab militants attacked a Kenyan military outpost in Somalia.
How To Stop Fake News In A Country Where The President Has To Repeatedly Deny Rumors That He Is Dead
The spread of misinformation in Nigeria is threatening to upend its upcoming elections, so Nigerian journalists have united across newsrooms to fight it.
“In the next years, we will hear a lot about authoritarianism in Brazil, but we will also hear a lot about resistance,” Brazilian congresswoman Maria do Rosário said.
Erika Hilton and Erica Malunguinho are not afraid of Brazil’s new far-right president, but they are under no illusions about the struggle ahead.