What does the decade-old “Congo-case,” involving two Norwegian mercenaries, tell us about residue coloniality in Scandinavia?
Comics have power, especially over the young, and perhaps more than we care to acknowledge.
It is nice to see two female leads in an African film that are not doing hair, casting some sort of ju-ju curse or throwing vases at cheating husbands.
A satire on particularly British, and wider European, attitudes towards refugees fleeing war and climate disaster.
International oil giants are bearing down on East Africa. Off the coast of Tanzania, the discovery
The 'Baba Jukwa' Facebook page exposes state and ruling party corruption and correctly predicts leadership battles in Zimbabwe. Who is behind it?
The real question is of course about the racism of Sherlock Holmes's creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Is it a good idea to separate African urbanites from the rest of their cohort? How is that even constructive?