Botswana accepts San as indigenous to the Okavango Delta

Botswana accepts San as indigenous to the Okavango Delta

UNESCO gave its approval to inscribe the Okavango Delta

GDP is Macho and Keeps Women Poor

GDP is Macho and Keeps Women Poor

GDP tool and model is macho and masks inequalities – especially gendered inequalities. 

Report on San in Namibia twenty years after independence

San in Namibia

Struggle for rights goes on

Searching for his soul

Telling heroes tales

Restoring the soul of the Khoi-San

Role of Britain and British extractive companies in Africa

Undermining Africa's wealth

Britain's role in extracting continent's resources

In August 2012, mineworkers in one of South Africa’s biggest platinum mines began a wildcat strike for better wages. Six days later the police used live ammunition to brutally suppress the strike, killing 34 and injuring many more. Using the point of view of the Marikana miners, Miners Shot Down follows the strike from day one, showing the courageous but isolated fight waged by a group of low-paid workers against the combined forces of the mining company Lonmin, the ANC government and their allies in the National Union of Mineworkers.

Dumisani Moyo | Jul 18th, 2014

Suddenly it dawned on me that today is Mandela Day, and that all these people had woken up early to pay their homage to the great icon and perhaps fulfill their 67 minutes of community service. 

OSISA, UNDP, ENDA launch Sustainable Land Management Awards

OSISA, in partnership with UNDP Equator Initiative, and ENDA held a ground breaking ceremony for the Equator Prize for Sustainable Land Management in Sub-Saharan Africa in Nairobi, Kenya, on June 17

Investigation by civil society into mining investments in the Democratic Republi

How the mining companies Freeport McMoran Copper & Gold and GlencoreXstrata and their audit firms Ernst & Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Deloitte favour tax evasion in DRC

GDP is Macho and Keeps Women Poor

GDP tool and model is macho and masks inequalities – especially gendered inequalities. 

Don’t worry if you haven’t heard of Filipe Nyussi. Most Mozambicans don’t know much about him either. But it’s time to start learning because unless something goes very wrong, Nyussi will be Mozambique’s next

Southern Africa Resource Barometer

Globally, the scramble for access to, and development of, natural resources has intensified, partly due to rising demand from emerging economies. This trend has been reflected in commodity prices, which are at

When he launched his – sorry Swaziland’s – brand new airport, King Mswati III was determined to make a clear point to all the detractors who had criticised the project over the years. So in front of the assembled