Local biodiversity loss and degradation of resources that will have the greatest effect on communities in regions of biofuel expansion.
A key part of Maathai’s work was how she creatively engaged with religious traditions, including Christianity and the Bible. Admittedly, her stance was somewhat complex.
The writer Mphuthumi Ntabeni’s new novel explores the deep history of colonialism and resistance in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa.
Kwame Nkrumah’s ideas about pan-Africanism and African liberation inspired many young scholars to explore global linkages around race and power, to uncover historical connections and forge new ones.
An examination of South African statistics reveal that the police are substantially more violent than those in the US or Canada.
In Nigeria, to be an emigrant is to possess illustrious social capital and a badge of honor that is not only reserved for you, but also for your family.
Cities will continue to exist and grow despite the coronavirus crisis because of the distinctly human need for social interaction, physical contact, and collaboration.
Dennis Brutus described Arthur Nortje as “perhaps the best South African poet of our time.”
The ideal South African is not the citizen but the consumer, and this is impressed upon children immediately when some are sent to private schools.
Africans’ lack of knowledge about our own shared refugee experiences continues to fuel hate and discrimination on the continent.
Imagine if African films could enjoy shooting and editing on the continent, uninhibited by national and international politics.
Ideas for how to pressure Uganda’s “M-Pigs” to become elected representatives who actually serve in the public interest.
Lateef K. Jakande, also known as Baba Kekere, was the first civilian governor of Nigeria’s Lagos State.
What is one particular place when represented photographically?
Over the past decade, support from Western Christian groups have become an increasingly dominant force in Israel’s relationships with Africa.
Director Taiwo Egunjobi disavows Nollywood’s penchant for crass comedies and maudlin dramas.
Trevor Madondo achieved a certain immortality in Zimbabwean cricketing lore precisely for the way in which he confronted cricket’s history as an instrument of empire.