That the youth want to break the cycle of violence through storytelling and performance shows their resolve to be active agents in determining and shaping their future.
Digital Sovereignty in Africa: The Albatross of Digital Transformation and Autonomyby Tope Shola Akinyetun
Digital Sovereignty is the call for greater strategic autonomy and self-determination in relation to technology.
Against Mystification: Toward a Creative Practice of Writingby Asher Gamedze
It would be a position of untold arrogance and bourgeois mystification to assume that this mode of thinking is only accessible to academics and that this mode of writing only exists in academic publications.
Gynocentric Lenses: Deconstructing Gender-Based Violence from Kenyan Soap Operasby Susan Kung’u and George Gathigi
These gynocentric soaps are named after women and portray social issues involving women, rather than men. The titles, themes, and plots of the soap operas are based on the construction of social issues framed in a feminist narrative.
A Review of Ruth Murambadoro, John Mashayamombe, and uMbuso weNkosi (eds.), The PhD Experience in African Higher Education (London: Lexington Books, 2022).by Rosette Sifa Vuninga
In the end, the book is more about the silences it produces around the power dynamics between the researcher, the researched, and the higher educational institutions in (South) Africa.
The Overlooked Spoilers Beclouding Nigeria’s 2023 Electionsby Titilope Ajayi
As Nigeria’s February 2023 elections draw nearer, interest and debate are naturally intensifying around possible outcomes and the future fortunes of different presidential candidates. As significant as this is, multiple factors will shape the elections’ outcomes. In this piece, I reflect on the texture of the sociopolitical space in which Nigeria’s 2023 elections will occur, […]
A Goal-Means Analysis of Security in Political Parties’ Manifestos for Nigeria’s 2023 Presidential Electionby Ridwan Abiola Kolawole
Since Nigeria’s return to democratic rule in 1999 after decades of military authoritarianism, Nigerian politics have been characterized by different issues, especially weak infrastructure, poverty, and crises in the economic and educational sectors.