Thinking, researching and writing Africa: insights from Nigeria’s Tutuola

Tutuola’s novels are founded on the lived realities of Yoruba society

Hurricane Maria, a story of resilience

My family, and about 3 million others are not going anywhere

On Life Esidimeni and the banality of evil

The slow slip of weak leadership

Budget fails to bring change in economic direction

The 2018 budget is more of the same approach and will bring misery for most South Africans

Cape Town: This is not “the deadliest” water crisis

The city can survive it, if the narrative is productive

Fatima Meer: Painting in prison

Reading rank and race in the Constitutional Hill’s Women’s Jail

Waiting for Ramaphosa’s sun to rise

Ramaphosa promises a new dawn but will the arts be thrown a lifeline?

Austerity, enclosure and the bittersweet gains of #FeesMustFall

Escalation, militarism, misinformation and isolation

Undoing a divisive language policy and practice at the UFS

An opportunity to come together: everyone must be part of the conversation

Decolonising Economics in South Africa

Understanding the Historical Roots of White Monopoly Capital

Morgan Tsvangirai, the most popular Zimbabwean political leader

Opposition leader towered over all politicians in Zimbabwe

Allister Miller and the Times of Swaziland

A colonial paper in the heart of Africa



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