In January 2019, a group of Zambian farmers brought their fight for justice to the UK Supreme Court, in a case with far-reaching implications for multinational companies.
The involvement of far right and conservative think tanks in developing Trump's Africa agenda.
Foreign support for governments that benefit privileged elites and their external backers perpetuate violence and instability. It won't be any different for Latin American countries like Venezuela.
After years of divide and rule by President Omar al-Bashir, the youth of Sudan have united to push him out.
What Sudan's history of protest against authoritarianism can teach the current generation.
The family is the site of extremely violent incidents in South African society—particularly involving women and children. What can the state do?
The connections between technocratic development policies, neocolonialism, colonial denialism and the turn to the right in German public discourse.
How to make sense of the early 2019 protests in Zimbabwe.
It's the first time an African president appears to have rigged an election, not in favor of his hand-picked successor, but in favor of an opposition politician.
Despite consistent and protracted attempts by government to repress access to social media and freedom of expression, citizen's voices are being heard over the internet in Cameroon.
Africa, for Donald Trump and his National Security Advisor John Bolton, is a place to risk a little and chase some glory. US media just parrots it.
Discussions on the global climate crisis tend to ignore the role that Africans are playing at the leading edge in the fight against climate change.
In recent years, Rwanda and Ethiopia have been some of the largest recipients of aid money from the UK and US governments, as well as some of the West's leading philanthropies, including the Gates Foundation.
The land issue is the most divisive issue that Namibia has experienced since independence.
Land reform in South Africa has to not only tackle racial inequalities of ownership, but also the power of chiefs and the Zulu royal family.
Protracted negotiations about a minimum wage for workers in Nigeria put the country's unions where they belong: in front of the struggle for poor people.
Patricia De Lille, one of South Africa's most popular post-apartheid politicians, claims she tried to redress spatial apartheid in Cape Town, but the legacy of her seven year run as mayor is one of violent forced removals and a refusal to upgrade informal settlements.
Hyper-partisan politics and shallow journalism obscured the implications of the protests at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
The future looks terrifying for many US-based exiles from Mauritania—facing deportation to Africa's modern "slave nation" under Trump's monstrous ICE.
On the emergence and political work of the rape-resources narrative in the eastern DRC (Democratic Republic of the Congo).