Which theology we will use to make sense of the relationship between church and state in Kenya?
Indigenous traditions possess the greatest potential for developing robust civic values and identity in Africa.
For his third term, Lula faces the ghosts of Bolsonarismo, contradictions in his own ruling coalition, and tough global conditions. On our podcast this week.
Mainstream discourses about Aamajiranci, northern Nigeria’s Qur'anic schooling system, expose the power politics of knowledge in postcolonial societies.
Amilcar Cabral’s influence stretched far beyond the Portuguese colonies, profoundly influencing the political struggle in South Africa, past and present.
A bleak new television drama, ‘Donkerbos,’ explores secrets in small town South Africa, but fails to offer alternatives to the tropes of good vs evil.
Khoisan Consciousness is sweeping across South Africa. Exploring multiple perspectives is vital to make sense of it.
The "follow-back" economy of Nigerian Twitter represents a struggle for recognition in a vastly unequal and status-obsessed society.
On the 50th anniversary of his murder, those who fought alongside Amilcar Cabral give a painful reminder of what could have been had he lived to see Guinea Bissau’s independence.
It’s tempting but unsatisfactory to blame poverty and weak regulation for the dumping of used vehicles in Africa.
It may seem obvious that a real transition to renewable energies is urgent, but not all transitions are the same or fair.
We need to rethink how people seek sustenance and wealth, but not divorced from their moral values, convictions, and expectations.