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There were many more: “Nollywood has gone haywire”, “Pornography takes over Nollywood”, etc. I happened to be chatting with friend and blogger Sugabelly, when one of us mentioned is one of the so-called pornographic movies that Nollywood had apparently started releasing.

The first thing that struck us was what appeared to be a rape scene.

We found this disturbing, as we did the ever-present male gaze: the way the camera lingered over the body of the attractive female actor but not on that of the male actors.

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What I find interesting about these movies is the moral panic around them, the “uncalled for” and “un African” “filthy sexual content” that apparently has no place in Nollywood.

Supposedly, the introduction and presence of sexually explicit scenes should now be added to the already long list of problems plaguing Nollywood, such as subpar acting, soundtracks that reveal the entire story, badly titled movies and poor directing.

When President Obama exits the White House, any sentimental bond felt by the African continent with the American presidency will cease.

African leaders should take the opportunity to re-shape relations, strengthen their positions and make more effective demands in trade and bilateral negotiations, argues Levi Kabwato.

Despite the need for sex education in schools, Uganda’s powers that be continue to discuss how not to include it.

They would rather leave it to exclusively male religious bodies, writes Rebecca Rwakabukoza Within the bill of rights of the Constitution of South Africa there is a section which outlines a set of separate, additional rights for children.

Section 28 provides a stronger set of rights for children than for adults, including the right for a child not to be detained except as a measure of last resort, recently explored in the Constitutional Court judgement in the Radhuva case.

Are children in South Africa being held in adult prisons for too long and are they being rehabilitated?

The results of a new study, A Survey of South African Attitudes to Homosexuality and Gender Non-Conformity, have just been released.

Conducted by The Other Foundation and the Human Sciences Research Council the survey provides for the first time “statistically sound, nationally representative data” on the attitudes of South Africans to sexual orientation.

Since the rise of Boko Haram, the media have painted a picture of Borno State in Nigeria as a place of death and destruction.

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