Student organizing is resurging in Nigeria. But to have any impact, students must connect with struggles beyond campus.
Press freedom under President João Lourenço is in bad shape.
It is no surprise that even today, Europe only feels guilt about the episode of the Holocaust and not the principle of genocide which made it possible.
What does it mean to be Malawian?
Between the Grammys and AFCON semi-final, it's been a big week for the rivalry between Nigeria and South Africa.
Palestine solidarity was widespread at the 2023 AFCON in Côte d'Ivoire, but the tournament's security apparatus quietly suppressed it.
Recognizing and appreciating creative writers in Kiswahili de-centers the use of imperial and borrowed languages in African literatures.
Anti-authoritarian struggles on the continent aren’t just fighting for democracy, but they are also reimagining it.
Despite liberalizing the economy to the detriment of the majority, Nigeria’s president has faced little opposition in his first year in office.
Africa Is a Country is proud to present a partnership with the popular South African podcast Just Us Under a Tree. On this episode, the Just Us crew analyze South Africa’s case against Israel at the ICJ.
Nigeria’s Men's football team does best when no one expects them to.
'Les Éléphants' quarterfinal match against Mali is happening in Cote d’Ivoire’s second largest city. Can the place once ravaged by war be a site of national redemption once again?