Castro's dream for Cuba's artists
Ancient Peruvian technology to fix a water crisis
Safeeyah Kharsany is an online journalist with Al Jazeera English. She has covered South Africa and other parts of Sub-Saharan Africa and reports on human rights, women's issues and social justice.
Migrants in a displacement camp in Kwa-Zulu Natal province fear repatriation and future uncertainties.
03 May 2015 12:22 GMT | Human Rights, Humanitarian crises, Africa
Police on alert in South Africa's business hub after violence leaves eight dead and displaces more than 1,000.
19 Apr 2015 11:39 GMT | Politics, Human Rights, Africa, South Africa
Africa's most populous country goes to the polls on March 28 to elect a president. And it's too close to call.
27 Mar 2015 08:10 GMT | Nigeria Decides, Africa
Three armed men and several hostages die, as assault by French police ends sieges at two different locations.
Safeeyah Kharsany | 10 Jan 2015 15:57 GMT | Politics, Europe, France, Armed groups, Journalism under fire
Saudi Arabia accepts majority of 225 recommendations but Amnesty International says its actions must match its words.
Safeeyah Kharsany | 19 Mar 2014 19:46 GMT | Saudi Arabia
Al Jazeera speaks to Nelson Mandela's peers who shared their memories of a leader who fought to unite a nation.
Safeeyah Kharsany | 30 Dec 2013 23:43 GMT | Germany, India, South Africa, Sweden
A look at what it was about the man, Nelson Mandela, that made him a leader for all times.
Safeeyah Kharsany | 16 Dec 2013 05:04 GMT | South Africa
Nelson Mandela's journey to freedom for South Africa
Alia Chughtai, Safeeyah Kharsany | 15 Dec 2013 09:01 GMT | Interactive, Human Rights, Nelson Mandela, South Africa
With some 71 countries represented, the media's analysis of the African-Arab Summit remains vital.
Safeeyah Kharsany | 23 Nov 2013 08:18 GMT | Politics, Africa, Argentina, Botswana, Iran
Kuwait Declaration presented at end of summit says leaders want "stronger ties to combat terrorism".
Safeeyah Kharsany | 21 Nov 2013 01:37 GMT | Middle East
First talks on Ethiopia's plan to dam the Nile since Egypt's Mansour took power end without agreement in Kuwait.
Safeeyah Kharsany | 20 Nov 2013 17:05 GMT | Environment, Africa, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kuwait
People & Power investigates how a match-fixer and his syndicate corrupted global football.
Sport, Football, Corruption
How Japan is using high tech factories to grow vegetables indoors.
Environment, Science & Technology, Food
A look at the country's changing media landscape and what it means for journalism in Cuba.
Media, Cuba, Fidel Castro
Can Kazakhstan become a world power and tourism hotspot despite its poor human rights record and steep prices?
Human Rights, Kazakhstan, Asia