Discussions of how religion and faith intersect with politics, culture, and society in Africa, including the roles of faith-based NGOs in humanitarian work.
In 2010, Professor Cherif Keita, two of his colleagues and his students from Carleton College (Minnesota) visited the Southern Malian town of Sikasso, where they called on his old friend […]
Dr Merrett, a South African historian reminds us that this should be the time to commemorate important events that define the past but also pave way for the future. He […]
In her sermon, ‘Where did we go wrong? A wake-up call to Christians in South Africa,’ Rev Janet Trisk challenges in the strongest of terms the idolatry of greed that […]
Today’s post by Professor Michael PK Okyerefo analyzes the new Pentecostal-charismatic churches and the roles they play in African, especially Ghanaian, public culture. This is the latest post in our […]
by Imam Dr. A. Rashied Omar
As we ready ourselves for the coming year, we typically reflect on the events of the past year. What are the lessons we need to learn, […]