Many talented African footballers follow the Exodus to Europe’s football leagues. But many are stuck in the lower leagues, without the glory and wealth they dream of.
Some have suggested that deracializing the academy requires all researchers, teachers and students to link knowledge and identity. What might this mean for mathematics?
People need spaces in which they can speak honestly about their pain and anger.
States do not record the structural violence of racism as part of crime statistics. But this invisible violence has driven some people to self-harm. It has also masked forms of suicide.
Jason Bantjes explores the rising rates of suicide.
One of the first dilemmas that black people face is whether to let strangers touch their hair – and under what circumstances.
University students of 2015-16 have some key things in common with their 1976 predecessors.
How ideas about disease, risk, and danger that the apartheid government applied to black people were transposed onto fears about Satanism during the 1980s.
Nigerian superstar Fela Kuti used his music as an art form that provoked. This wasn’t only through politics, but also sex.
A deep-seated and sustained anger against sexual violence is emerging in South Africa.
Campaigns like the Lagos AIDS Walk have created awareness of HIV in Nigeria’s capital, but they are lacking in rural areas, where stigmatization is rife.
School nutrition programs help reduce the risk of children developing obesity.
In many countries, major challenges prevent access and benefit sharing from adding up to social justice.
Ensuring that children eat healthily can prevent them from developing kidney disease.
Sharing food in this way is a powerful contributor to the formation of social capital.
Vasectomies allow fathers to have a more active role in family planning.