People fleeing wars in places like Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia and Yemen have faced racially motivated hostility in Europe, revealing Western double standards.
How do we think and practice a genuinely universal solidarity when some wars and conflicts are met with a searing silence?
Modzi Arts, which supports the creative community in a country that otherwise ignores them, showcases two artists who interrogate climate change, culture and charity in Africa.
Countless South African musicians are where they are today because of the rapper’s big-hearted approach to the industry. His death at the age of 34 has left many reeling.
History has run off the groove of the ‘liberal world order’ and on to a new trajectory, propelled by Russia’s attack on Ukraine, for which all sides are responsible and deserving of blame.
As Zimbabwe’s public healthcare system continues to crumble, many pregnant women are turning to independent midwives to deliver their children.
While commonly viewed as a damaging form of contemporary left-wing politics, cancel culture is a symptom of a much deeper problem: the rapid erosion of our lives by computational capitalism.
King Mswati III’s security forces are again acting violently against student leaders across the country who remain steadfast in their demands for justice and democracy.
At a recent music conference, the chart-topping singer discussed why joint projects are a vital component in banging the drum for Africa’s music on a global stage.