How South Africa’s jazz musicians are making the digital leap

By Stephanie Vos, Stellenbosch University The performing arts is one of the sectors hit hard by COVID-19, with tens of thousands of gigs cancelled across the world. While pop and … Read More

Food aid parcels in South Africa could do with a better nutritional balance

By Hester Vermeulen, University of Pretoria; Carmen Muller, University of Pretoria, and Hettie Carina Schönfeldt, University of Pretoria Food insecurity is a reality for many South African households, with approximately … Read More

How nutrition education can make a difference to people with HIV in Nigeria

Temitope Kayode Bello Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Johannesburg HIV and AIDS are still global health problems and sub-Saharan Africa remains the most affected region. Globally, around 770,000 people died from AIDS-related conditions in 2018, 160,000 of … Read More

How African footballers who play in Europe spend their money

By Dr Ernest Yeboah Acheampong African footballers – like other players from developing countries – invariably earn sums of money far greater than their contemporaries back home. On average, some … Read More