It is a scene to behold. Thousands of people purposefully walking on roads meant for cars – sometimes for as long as three hours – to report to work by 8a.m., if not earlier. These are the forgotten people, the ones the city’s urban planners have not catered for since Nairobi came into existence more than a century ago – when the city was planned as an apartheid city, built for a minority white elite that owned cars.… Read More A city in which ‘contempt for the resident is everywhere apparent’
Not enough women are taken seriously in arts yet,’ concludes Lungiswa.
To defeat this masculine monotone and create more individual voices, Marlene believes in ‘continuing to investigate difficult themes such as objectification and motherhood and challenge gender norms.’
Their work is important, necessary and thought-provoking.
‘Of course, there is a lot that has been achieved and many battles won,’ … Read More Not enough women taken seriously in arts yet
“Still I rise”… Read More Maya Angelou; Still I Rise
Why did you join the World Economic Forum? I joined the World Economic Forum because I was drawn to the mission, “improving the state of the world”, and the opportunity to work with Global Shapers, young change makers who are true to the vision of being and living the change they want to see in… Read More Chidiogo Akunyili, Shaping The African Narrative