Indigenous groups have been arriving in the capital in recent days and are participating in the third national strike. Continue reading Guardia Indigena March in Bogotá
Toquerolazo de Queda: Local musicians add a new note to the protests.
Continue reading Toquerolazo: Music for the People
Over the last few months, Bogotá has seen an increase in the number of people ditching buses and bikes in favour of electric scooters created by companies such as Lime-S, Grin and Zoom. But what’s all the fuss about? How exactly do these scooters work, and are they more hassle than they’re worth? The Bogotá Post decided to take to the capital’s streets to find out.
Continue reading Bogotá’s Scooters: Harmless Fun or Serious Hazard?
Emerging businesses from guerrilla backgrounds like Café Pushkin feel the pressure after some ex-FARC leaders rearm. Continue reading Café Pushkin Still Pushing for Reintegration of Former FARC Members
Did you know that foreign residents can vote to decide who becomes mayor? Register now so that you can have your say in this October’s mayoral elections. In October, Colombians around the country will elect mayors, governors and councillors. And although it is still a few months away, some foreigners who have residency are eligible to vote and have a say in the management of … Continue reading Mayoral Elections 2019: Can You Vote?