Art, outreach and fieldwork can help reframe Britain’s imperial past, by re-humanising the people subjected to anthropological ‘colonial science’.
Marking the end of the Cold War offers the chance to reflect on the changes and continuities in African politics and international relations since 1989.
When the University of Cape Town discovered skeletons in its archive that had been unethically obtained and used, they set about restoring justice to the bones and the community they came from.
The springbok emblem was introduced under white rule in South Africa and by retaining it, it remains a burden for many South Africans who followed the Rugby World Cup.
Nigeria’s border closure is a panicked reaction which violates ECOWAS protocol.
Abiy Ahmed was awarded the prize for efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation, and in particular his decisive initiative to resolve the border conflict with neighbouring Eritrea.
South African parents want their children be taught in English despite the fact that research shows that academic progress is hindered if a child is taught in a language they aren’t proficient in.
The AU’s new International Criminal Law Section offers a chance for the regional body to address root causes of conflict.
New regulations on the use of folklore are a hindrance to local artists.