Investments in military infrastructure by global powers, such as China and the United States, have increased on the African continent in recent years. Djibouti in particular has become a focal point.
Development aid and promoting the foreign interests of Dutch businesses like Shell and Heineken are coupled in the world's fifth poorest nation. Critics aren't convinced it's a good deal.
The inadequacy of charity in tackling the legacies of apartheid and colonialism.
Delegates to a conference on Global Africa at Oxford University write about how Zionists and their apologists are targeting the academy.
Fanon is your revolutionary's revolutionary. His life and work continue to inspire and empower a new generation of dreamers and fighters against despotism and nihilism.
How does the world's longest serving autocrat remain in power?
All that French marketing schtick aside about "the white Zulu," Johnny Clegg was a real one.
Algeria reached the African Cup final for the first time in 29 years after defeating Nigeria. It can't be divorced from politics back home.
What happens when ike's, a legendary bookstore in Durban, South Africa, creates a literary festival? For one, synergy.
How local conflicts in the Sahel-Sahara over justice, or rather its absence, get dragged into tensions between outsiders.
One of South Africa's most important universities, the University of Cape Town, recently released a curriculum change framework in response to protests. This is a critique by two alum.
The long and wondrous life of Hassan Ouakrim, the "Cultural Ambassador" of the Maghreb to the United States.