This week on the Africa Is a Country podcast, we discuss the politics and spectacle of African football with Maher Mezahi.
On our annual publishing break, we’ll be pondering what the responsibility of the African intellectual is today.
What’s at stake in Sierra Leone’s elections on June 24? We discuss on this episode of the Africa Is a Country podcast.
On this week’s AIAC podcast, we discuss the roots behind fighting between factions of Sudan’s military.
Although the material basis for today’s non-alignment movement stems from the constraints imposed on the developing world by American economic primacy, counterbalancing Western encirclement need not mean a pivot East.
Government’s around the world are talking about tightening their belts. Austerity is a common economic policy, but what is it actually? On the podcast, we discuss.
For democracy to succeed in Sudan, the process towards civilian rule must itself be democratized, rather than largely driven by top-down efforts.
South African con-artists Thabo Bester and Nandipha Magudumana are not good people. They’re also an outcome of a system that predisposes individuals to avarice, selfishness and deceit.
A new film on the life of Walter Rodney gives a glimpse of his radical solidarity politics and centers on his family, who struggled and suffered with him.
In Israel, tens of thousands have demonstrated against the new right-wing government’s plans for judicial reform. But what of the Palestinian question? In this episode of the podcast, we discuss.
On March 20th there was a national shutdown in South Africa. On that day, we hosted a discussion in Johannesburg on the effectiveness and future of the South African left.
Why is South Africa suffering from up to 12 hours of blackouts a day? On this podcast, we explain the country’s energy crisis.
On the one year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, neither the West or Russia can clearly explain how exactly the rest of humanity, especially Africans, wins from their respective preferred outcomes.
With the working classes down and out, it is arguably the middle classes that will play the more decisive role in African politics going forward.
On the South African Department of Tourism’s pending sponsorship deal with Premier League football club, Tottenham Hotspur.
This month, Africa’s largest democracy and economy goes to the polls. On the AIAC podcast, we discuss Nigeria’s upcoming elections.