A homage to a true pan-African athlete-activist, Lee Evans, who at the Olympics Games in 1968 broke the 400-meter world record and embarked on a life of political activism.
The British and Irish Lions tour of South Africa, in the middle of a pandemic, exposes the professional sports system for what it is.
To undo the misrepresentation of women of color in global media, we need a historically grounded solidarity.
What literature can teach us about what happens when the chain that connects human beings to nature is broken.
The mathematician Edwin Madunagu, 75 years old in 2021, is one of Nigeria’s foremost socialist intellectuals. Here, his friend Biodun Jeyifo, the literary scholar, pays tribute to him.
How psychologists can and should become advocates for African and African feminist critiques of academia and of society.
If there is no material justice and investment in healing the generations of harm enacted onto South Africans, the rot in the country's wounds will overcome them.
To riff off James Baldwin, there will be a fire next time in South Africa. The embers and kindling are in place. What matters is what South Africans do between this fire and the next.
Eric “Bucs” Damons existed beyond the frame of the narrow scope of the elite South African sporting narrative.
Has the trade union form outlived its usefulness for workers?
The rise of African Speculative Fiction and other exciting cultural production indicates that modernity is not an exercise in “catching up” with Europe, but an entirely new condition.
In Angola, President Lourenço's government failed to address COVID-19 due to corruption and incompetence.