“African corruption” is only African as regards its victims. Its perpetrators are institutions and individuals from across the globe.
A film about Cape Town’s water crisis raises profound questions about the character and stability of South Africa’s post-apartheid trajectory.
Cape Town has always been like other African cities in how it treats its poorer, black, residents. The water crisis just amplifies these divides.
How Nito Alves has become the symbol of a slowly emerging movement that has shaken the Angolan government’s narrative of post-conflict stability.