The current global discourse on Black Lives Matter does not yet adequately include anti-black racism beyond how the West experiences it.
The destruction of Tarkwa Bay in Lagos and the battle over what makes a city and who belongs in it.
Livermon’s new book explores how South African kwaito artists, Lebo Mathosa and Mandoza, pushed against the boundaries of gender and performance in their music.
Government money, artistic freedom, and integrity in Kenya in the time of COVID-19.
Teacher, journalist, and photographer, Ndeye Seck, talks about feminism and her teaching practice, the Senegalese education system and her passion for football.
In his new book of his time in the Trump White House, former US National Security Adviser John Bolton shares Trump’s very few thoughts on Africa.
In Burkina Faso's mines, the differences between local and foreign workers are significant, especially what they get paid.
Can safety policies in the transnational mining sector in DR Congo break with the past?
How an industrial mine in the Congo reveals the inequity of wage distribution.
The optimism for "decent" and "sustainable" jobs in extractive industries does not fit with the reality in many African countries.
Traditional chiefs and the politics of labor recruitment in Zimbabwe’s platinum mining industry.
The introduction to our series, "Capital and Labor," that looks at the current state of the mining industry on the African continent.