1 November 2014, Johannesburg - Following Botswana's recent elections, we take a look at the state of democracy in the southern African country. Kwangu Liwewe speaks to opposition leader, Duma Boko; secretary general of the ruling party, Mpho Balopi; and editor of the Sunday Standard newspaper, Outsa Mokone.
Bishop Maponga Joshua Marara –Author and cultural activist talk about the need to decolonize religion.
Feminist Author, Malaika Wa Azania, tackles the seeming tensions which exist between black feminism and the idea of modern African culture and the role of women with Icamagu Heritage Institute Director, Dr. Nokuzola Mndende.
Feminist Author, Malaika Wa Azania, challenges the ways within which the role of women today needs to be challenged and that the role of African women pre-colonially is not a homogenous one.