AL JAZEERA: WEST AFRICA’S OPIOID CRISIS

West Africa - and particularly its most populous nation, Nigeria - is battling an opioid abuse crisis. Medicines such as tramadol, legally and legitimately prescribed by doctors for pain relief, are also being taken in life-threatening doses by millions in search of a fix or a release from poverty, unemployment and lack of opportunity.

AL JAZEERA: AFTER CHRISTCHURCH

This is the English version of our Al Jazeera film After Christchurch. It tells stories of New Zealand Muslims who are dealing with the aftermath of the Christchurch shooting with courage, grace and resilience. We hope it acts as something of an antidote to the weaponisation of fascist hate speech which is currently spreading across the internet.

Six (yes, that’s her real name) is an overqualified, underemployed, transgender journalist with unique insight into one of New Zealand’s most pressing social problems: homelessness. Six herself was homeless for many years. Over the course of this eight part series, she documents the stories of Karangahape Roads’s “streeties” for her community newspaper K Rd Chronicle.

AL JAZEERA, PEOPLE AND POWER: SOUTH AFRICA-CORRUPTION INC.

Last month South African President Jacob Zuma was forced from office by his own party, the African National Congress, when almost a decade's worth of corruption, bribery and racketeering allegations finally became too great to ignore.

AL JAZEERA, PEOPLE AND POWER: NEW ZEALAND-POLLUTED PARADISE

New Zealand's pristine and abundant rivers and lakes have long been central to its proud reputation as a land of breath-taking natural beauty - and fundamental to a clean, green, outdoorsy brand that's used to attract millions of foreign visitors every year. But are its waterways really as sparkling and bountiful as the tourist ads suggest?

AL JAZEERA, PEOPLE AND POWER: SOMALILAND-KILL ALL BUT THE CROWS

People and Power goes on the trail of a Somali army commander accused of involvement in mass killings and war crimes.

FEATURE DOCUMENTARY: THE OTHER MAN-FW DE KLERK AND THE END OF APARTHEID

SABIDO PRODUCTIONS: A QUESTION OF VIOLENCE-THE CHIEF ALBERT LUTHULI STORY

To bomb your way to freedom is a difficult decision for the leader of any liberation movement. Countless innocent people could lose their lives. Albert Luthuli was the leader of the African National Congress when it embarked on an armed struggle.