Discussion of the often-intersecting issues of politics, health, access to food, agriculture, land rights, and climate change.
By Albert Billy Bangirana, University of KwaZulu-Natal
Africans and indeed many other peoples across the globe are known for their rich cultural heritage. Contemporary discourses in cultural studies have engaged with […]
Guest post by Yaa Oparebea Ampofo
Droughts and famine in Africa, are often discussed as humanitarian, political and economic issues. While important not to obscure the role of political economy, […]
One of the main focuses of the CIHA Blog is to highlight the work, roles, and voices of religious actors in Africa (Christian, Muslim, African/Traditional, etc.). This includes giving space […]
As Africa (and much of the rest of the world) waits for the Trump administration to figure out its foreign policies, we have brought together several articles for […]