Cameroonian economist Joseph Tchundjang Pouemi died in 1984, either poisoned or by suicide. His ideas about the international monetary system and the CFA franc are worth revisiting.
The pan-African left should greet Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala’s likely promotion at the World Trade Organization with extreme caution.
We need swift, bold, and decisive action on debt relief and monetary creation in Africa in order to face the coronavirus crisis and prevent many ordinary Africans from paying with their lives.
Are plans for ‘reform’ of West African currency, fueled by anticolonial sentiment, merely ‘rebranding’ the status quo?
Cubans are far better prepared than most for public health and climate emergencies. African countries should emulate the island nation in this regard.
The hit song and its production reflect everything that is wrong with the music industry and how it exploits the cultural production of communities of color.
Why are affected West African states so spectacularly ill-prepared to deal with Ebola?