For months, we have been threatening to launch a new website. Well, now it's here!
The elite compromise of the early 1990s emphatically excluded the possibility of a comprehensive redistribution policy.
By now, longtime readers are used to us taking a break at this time of the
Recently Fanon’s life work has received quite some attention from the academic world.
With all the excitement around us joining Jacobin, we were a bit worried that the fundraising
Dear readers, We are happy to announce today, that Africa is a Country is joining the Jacobin family
While we would like to go full steam year round, the fact that we have day
Last November Chimurenga installed the Pan African Space Station at Performa 15 in New York, which
Last November, Africa is a Country teamed up with Chimurenga’s Pan African Space Station library-of-people installation at the Performa 15
For all the serious stuff we wrote or filmed about, tweeted or Facebooked this year (we’ll
The Pan African Space Station (PASS) is an online music radio station and pop-up studio project of Chimurenga, a
The 11-minute film lets mostly women students from Rhodes University, articulate for themselves what is going on in this moment
We’re taking our annual August break. We’ll be back after the American Labor Day holiday (they
Yes, April was the cruelest month in South Africa in recent history. In the mid weeks
The recent wave of Afrophobic attacks on individuals deemed to be foreigners in downtown Durban and
Africa is a Country editorial board member Dan Magaziner and I published an oped on The New York
The recent #CadaanStudies controversy that pitted a German anthropologist, Dr. Markus Hoehne, against young Somali researchers,
When Oxford anthropologist I.M Lewis arrived in British Somaliland in 1955 for fieldwork that would lead
We owe a great deal of gratitude to the students at the University of Cape Town
Dear Jeff Fager, Executive Producer of CBS 60 Minutes, We, the undersigned, are writing to express our