Changing Bedfellows And Growing Threats: The Complex Brew Of Insurgent Groups In The Sahel

In the six years since January 2012, armed groups in West Africa’s Sahel region have grown considerably

What Next After Zimbabwe’s Morgan Tsvangirai? Heroic Herald Of An Epoch Foretold

Tsvangirai did more than anyone “in Zimbabwe’s sad history to challenge the fearful state created by Mr Mugabe”

Wakanda And Afrofuturism: The Africa Plot, Largely Black Cast And Production Team Makes ‘Black Panther’ Unique

Set in fictional Wakanda, a vibranium resource-rich and technologically advanced African country, it shattered records by selling more advance tickets than any previous superhero movie

What Causes Modern Famines? Surprise, Weather Has Almost Nothing To Do With It, And Africa Isn’t The Worst Hit

Armed conflict, and active political repression are to blame for more than 75% of all recent famines.

Africa Has Been Used And Abused: Achille Mbembe On How To Restore The Humanity Stolen By Racism 

The Black Man is the one (or the thing) that one sees when one sees nothing, when one understands nothing, and above all, when one wishes to understand nothing.