South African activist Dulcie September would have turned 84 today had she not been assassinated in March 1988. The podcast series They Killed Dulcie revisits the murder and her legacy.
The great South African writer and activist, Ruth First, was assassinated by a letter bomb sent by the South African Security Police in Maputo, Mozambique on this day, 17 August, in 1982.
On the Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA) the organized force behind the revolutionary uprising in Sudan.
Following the new UN report on climate change and agricultural land use, we highlight the effects climate changes will have on communities in informal urban areas.
How women farm workers in North Africa, specifically Morocco, are achieving justice on the job.
Last month the government of South Sudan passed a decree that the national anthem could not be sung not in the presence of the President. What could be behind this decision?
On Mohamed Hamdan Dagolo, known as Hemitti, the man behind the massacres against Sudanese protesters.
While protests in the north of Algeria grabs headlines today, protest and dissent in the Algerian Sahara have been going on for decades.
On national anniversaries and democratic survival.
How AFCON 2019 showed up Arab-African identity and cultural politics between North Africa and countries south of the Sahara.
Poor Nairobi residents pay close to four times more for water that is much less clean, adequate or consistent.
Investments in military infrastructure by global powers, such as China and the United States, have increased on the African continent in recent years.
Development aid and promoting the foreign interests of Dutch businesses like Shell and Heineken are coupled in the world's fifth poorest nation. Critics aren't convinced it's a good deal.
How does the world's longest serving autocrat remain in power?
How local conflicts in the Sahel-Sahara over justice, or rather its absence, get dragged into tensions between outsiders.
The American website Black Agenda Report commented on the protests in Sudan and got it completely wrong.
The peaceful nature of the massive protests against Algeria's undemocratic regime signals the universal reclamation of the people's right to perform who they are and who they want to be.
The Hirak, how the current contemporary liberation movement is known, gives Algerians a renewed sense of purpose.
A guide on how to support the uprising in Sudan.
The power sharing agreement between Sudan's military rulers and the opposition aside, at present there are two main possibilities for Sudan.