President Samia Hassan may have been an ‘accidental president’ but Tanzania’s leader has set out to showcase her own political strategy.
Africans who have built their lives in Ukraine over many years reflect on their experiences in their adopted country, and what was waiting for them as they fled to Poland to escape the war.
Most citizens feel that it is pointless to vote because it won’t change anything.
Elites have strong incentives to foment violence. The way they speak about election issues in the media can inflame tensions.
Walter Rodney’s seminal book ‘How Europe Underdeveloped Africa’, first published in 1972, has recently been republished with a new introduction by Angela Y Davis, which is republished here.
This year marks the 80th anniversary of the birth of prominent Guyanese pan-Africanist and Marxist revolutionary Walter Rodney, and fifty years since he published the magisterial magnum opus How Europe Underdeveloped Africa. Here’s our selected 10 quotes from Rodney’s seminal book.
Parties must forego ideological rigidity and compromise for the common good, says Mpho Phalatse about making coalitions work.
Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on 24 February 2022. The war has claimed over 800 civilian lives with millions displaced, according to the UN. When the war first started there was strong condemnation of the invasion from Africans but then it stopped. What followed has been an attitude of indifference.
This year the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is observed under the theme – “Voices for Action against Racism” – and calls on everyone to listen closely, speak out loudly, and act decisively against racism and racial prejudices.