African online learning company, eLearnAfrica has launched a scholarship in Rwanda valued at US$1.5 million to help online learners acquire an MBA (Master of Business Administration) qualification. By Masibulele Lunika

Some stars just get it right. You know when you see them on the Oscars red carpet, they slay. One such star is Lupita Nyong’o. Tonight’s red carpet look was no different. By Patrice J. Williams

A while back we wrote a post on what foreigners are surprised by when they visit America. Here’s the flip side: what Americans are surprised by when they visit Europe. By Catherine Forth

Speaking during the release of the November 2017 Uganda nurses and midwives results, Muyingo said that currently, boys are barred from enrolling for midwifery at a higher level. By Maria Wamala

The African Academy of Sciences has called for urgent reform of African national science, technology and innovation (STI) policies to sharpen their focus on the social and environmental dimensions of development and bring them in closer alignment with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). By Wachira Kigotho

Le festival Films Femmes Afrique, dont la lauréate de la troisième édition est Marie-Clémentine Dusabejambo, vise à sensibiliser le public au septième art et à des problématiques socio-culturelles.

From Rwanda to Chicago’s North Shore, Clemantine Wamariya explores her refugee past to narrate her future. By Dawn Reiss

Le tennis a beau s’être démocratisé, il reste un sport coûteux pour celui qui le pratique de façon intense. Heureusement, quelques bonnes idées permettent de diminuer les frais… Par Sintzen Patrice