The late Tanzanian president, John Pombe Magufuli, was initially lauded for his no-nonsense approach to corruption. But the cracks began to appear within months of his presidency.
The Joint Boundary Commission that Lesotho and South Africa have revived, gives hope that some sort of border deal might be possible between the two countries.
A new documentary focuses on using the soil’s carbon absorbent properties to solve the climate change problem. Not surprisingly, it also offers a business case for restorative farming.
En Tunisie, face au déni persistant de l'identité africaine, la communauté noire ne veut plus attendre.
Tunisia’s denial of its African identity persists today. Black Tunisians are fighting to change that.
On telling stories through the evocative and varied moments in which humans live, rather than through the predictable and artificial plots historians devise.
Corruption is South Africa’s pandemic—one that has been disenfranchising and killing people long before our transition to democracy.
What is the South African political leader Robert Sobukwe’s legacy today?
The system to pay out royalties to musicians in South Africa says a lot about the racial inequalities in the local industry.
#FeesMustFall was the most serious challenge to the post-apartheid political order, but didn’t connect to broader working-class struggles. Now, despite police brutality, students are beginning to make those linkages.