Factionalism and Robert Mugabe’s Leadership in Zimbabwe
No one is safe in Zimbabwe, not even Mugabe thinks he is safe.”
The Protection of Traditional Cultural Expressions in Africa
Professor Enyinna Nwauche’s highly anticipated book on traditional cultural expression in Africa has been published.
African languages have the power to transform universities
A history lecturer teaching a class about the history of the Xhosa people in South Africa’s Eastern Cape province stops speaking English for a few minutes.
The sickness of xenophobia, and the need for a politics of healing
The never-ending saga of xenophobic violence has again engulfed South Africa. Again the same platitudes are repeated by commentators