- Namibia: A Voice for the Voiceless of Namibia – Award-Winning Editor
[International Consortium of Investigative Journalists] Gwen Lister is a renowned Namibian journalist with a storied career. Known for her efforts to fight apartheid in Namibia, Gwen became the first female editor of a southern African newspaper before going on to co-found two newspapers of her own — including The Namibian in 1985. Gwen was also one of ICIJ’s earliest members, and served as an adviser to ICIJ before becoming an alumni member in 2019.
- Africa: White Malice – How the CIA Strangled African Independence At Birth
[The Conversation Africa] Historian Susan Williams grew up in Zambia. Like other scholars of her generation raised in former settler societies of southern Africa, she empathises with the continent’s people.
- Gambia: Gambian Writer Dr. Morro Krubally Launches ‘Senegambia’
[The Point] Gambian Academician and writer on Friday held a launching ceremony at the Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara Conference Centre in Bijilo to unveil a new book of about 13 chapters and 188 pages to Gambian readers titled: “Senegambia”.
- Southern Africa: Few Secrets, Much Intrigue in Insights From Exile
[New Frame] This Sharp Read takes a look at International Brigade Against Apartheid, a collection of personal tales about the struggle for freedom with the emphasis on those who operated outside SA’s borders.