The African Five-a side podcast continues to explore the stories of five African heads of state and their influence on football. This week, we introduce our striker.
This week on the African Five-a-side podcast, we take a look at the kick off of the African qualifiers for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
Up next in the African Five-a-side podcast, we name our central defender, and explain how Ghana's first president boycotted the 1966 FIFA World Cup and won two Afcons.
In the latest episode of the African five-a-side podcast, we name our goalkeeper.
Africa Is a Country is proud to introduce a new podcast focused on the politics and cultural relevance of football on the African continent.
Egypt’s president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is running for a third term. On the Africa Is a Country podcast, we discuss what this means for the country.
This week on the Africa Is a Country podcast, we discuss the politics and spectacle of African football with Maher Mezahi.
What’s at stake in Sierra Leone’s elections on June 24? We discuss on this episode of the Africa Is a Country podcast.
On this week's AIAC podcast, we discuss the roots behind fighting between factions of Sudan’s military.
Government’s around the world are talking about tightening their belts. Austerity is a common economic policy, but what is it actually? On the podcast, we discuss.
In Israel, tens of thousands have demonstrated against the new right-wing government’s plans for judicial reform. But what of the Palestinian question? In this episode of the podcast, we discuss.
Why is South Africa suffering from up to 12 hours of blackouts a day? On this podcast, we explain the country’s energy crisis.
This month, Africa's largest democracy and economy goes to the polls. On the AIAC podcast, we discuss Nigeria's upcoming elections.
For his third term, Lula faces the ghosts of Bolsonarismo, contradictions in his own ruling coalition, and tough global conditions. On our podcast this week.
Global South countries are leveraging competition between China, Russia, and the US to address multifaceted crises. Is it enough? Tune in to our discussion on the AIAC Podcast.
Peru’s leftist president, Pedro Castillo, was impeached and arrested last month, triggering nation-wide protests. This week on the AIAC podcast we discuss what comes next for the divided nation.
The 2022 Men’s World Football Cup is in its knockout stages, so the Africa Is a Country podcast catches up with some of the most exciting events so far in the tournament.
The 22nd FIFA Men’s World Cup, held in Qatar, is getting political. This week on the AIAC podcast, we discuss the sport and the politics with Tony Karon and Sean Jacobs.
This week on the AIAC podcast, we discuss a new posthumous collection of writing from Binyavanga Wainana.
In South Africa, land occupiers are evicted from their homes in the name of housing delivery. On the Africa Is a Country Podcast this week, we attempt to understand why.