Are Nelson Mandela's personal belongings sellable family heirlooms or heritage artifacts of national significance?
Chile’s march to a progressive constitution and egalitarian transformation has stalled. What can movements in the Global South learn?
South Africa’s Wits University likes to vaunt its anti-apartheid credentials. So why is it cozy with Israel and Zionism?
Israel’s strategy of economic partnership and development support to Kenya is a bid to legitimize its ailing international reputation.
Africa Is a Country is happy to announce our collaboration with The Nigerian Scam podcast.
Fermée depuis juin 2023, l’université de Dakar est devenue le symbole de l’effondrement de la démocratie sénégalaise.
Closed since June 2023, the University of Dakar has become a symbol of the collapse of Senegalese democracy.
The struggle of the Palestinian people has become central in the global movement against US imperialism.
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.
A precariedade da liberdade de imprensa em Angola sob o mandato do presidente João Lourenço.
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.
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.
South Africa’s ICJ case against Israel is the latest example of its ability to act as a normative superpower, exceeding even the great powers in shaping global moral discourse.
On this second day of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, we’re bringing you a playlist exploring some of the most iconic songs in African football.
South Africa is asking the International Court of Justice to declare that in its war against Gaza, Israel has breached its obligations under the Genocide Convention.
Malawi’s decision to send more than than 200 people to work on Israel’s farms sets a precedent for other African leaders to act with the same apathy.
Nigeria’s Labor Party lost its way when it abandoned socialism for social democracy. Still, it remains essential for the labor movement to be organized under a party of its own.