Climate change imperils food supply in many parts of the world, including South Africa, which has shown major gains gains in treating HIV/AIDS.
Many Ethiopians regard Castro as the man who saved their country. Somalis view him as the man who denied the great Somali reunion.
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.
The contents of six flowerpots offer an object lesson in appropriation and privilege in Laura McCullough’s poem.
Should we be optimistic, or pessimistic, about where the world is headed?
What still needs to be done about HIV/AIDS.
A recent article by Louisa Linton is the “whitest story of the year;” Wisdom Amouzou examines how her all too typical approach dehumanizes Africans.
Can we develop the study of Africa so that it is more respectful toward the lives and struggles of African people and to their agendas?
The Off-Grid Solar Market Trends Report 2016 predicts a brighter future of Africa.
How ideas about disease, risk, and danger that the apartheid government applied to black people were transposed onto fears about Satanism during the 1980s.
Gifted children in poor areas of Africa’s cities are unlikely to make it to secondary school. Here’s why.
The first black arts festival was shaped by Cold War politics.
A new five-year study shows that when people directly benefit from lions, they become more tolerant of their faults.
The fastest growth in the off-grid energy market is likely to be in Africa.
A lineage snapped at the neck…
How one Ugandan man came out and stood up for human rights.