Reviews and discussions of new books, films, and other forms of artistic expression that offer a creative perspective on African politics and society.
By Angela Okune
At CIHA Blog, we recently highlighted how African cinema is serving as a key avenue through which important critiques of humanitarianism are being made. Continuing the conversation, […]
By: Albert Billy Bangirana, University of KwaZulu-Natal
As part of our conversations, we at the CIHABlog continue to present critical perspectives into governance issues on the African continent and […]
By Nozipho Dlodlo, PhD Candidate, University of KwaZulu-Natal
The book ‘NGOs and Social Justice in South Africa and Beyond: Thinking Africa Series’ (UKZN Press 2017) edited by Sally Matthews, emerged […]
The latest University of California – Irvine Spring 2017 Magazine features our friend and colleague, Professor Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o’s beautiful fictional story about why humans walk upright.
In the story, the human limbs […]