We need mass mobilisation and civil disobedience if corruption is to be vanquished and the oligarchs defeated.
Plagued by a deep-rooted inferiority complex, the ruling Oromo elite has pursued a policy of dehumanising and persecuting its own constituency in order to maintain its grip on power.
African governments have been championing carbon offset projects as part of the actions to address the challenge of climate change. In doing so, it is in their interest to ensure that the carbon offsetting deals they agree to do not impinge on the land rights of Africa’s rural populations.
What does Javier Milei’s presidential victory mean for Argentina’s black and indigenous minorities?
The process of integrating Somalia into the EAC should be undertaken with long-term success in mind rather than in the light of the situation currently prevailing in the country.
Kenya is one of Israel’s closest allies in Africa. But the Ruto-led government isn’t alone in silencing pro-Palestinian speech.
We must fight to remain human, to make connections across borders, race, religion, class, gender, and all the false divisions that exist in our world. We must show solidarity with one another, and believe we can construct another kind of world.
Although the South African government is one of the most vocal supporters of the Palestinian cause, its actions tell a different story.
The government has not the resources necessary to revive the ailing coffee sector. The proposed Coffee Act 2023 should make room for the private sector as it has both the capacity and the experience to play a significant role in the revival of the moribund sector.
While the two main political parties tiptoe around the Gaza-Israel conflict, smaller parties and religious groups are taking hard positions and the general population’s views are split along racial lines.
The international community's limited attention span is laser-focused on jihadism in the Sahel and the imploding Horn of Africa. But interstate war is potentially brewing in the eastern DRC.
How Guinea's former president, Moussa Dadis Camara, nearly broke out of prison.