Thabo Madihlaba* argues that NEPAD environmental initiative is driven by neoliberal perspectives, and avoids most issues concerning the environmental justice.
Wahu Kaara* argues that NEPAD is a market driven strategy to conquer the continent and will sacrifice the immediate interests of African women for some uncertain end in the distant future.
Richard Nwamba* takes a look at the relationship between music and migration in the African context, and argues that music form part of the struggle for a better life
Y Mtayachalo* reports that arguments advanced by the IMF for the privatisation of ZESCO are not valid, and that commercialisation is a better option
Lindsey Collins* argues that globalisation is transforming the way we produce and consume art and culture, but that they still remain an important part of our resistance to capitalism.
Salim Vally* and Yasmin Sooka* argue that Edward Said’s unswerving commitment to the Palestinian struggle for dignity and justice was located within a much greater struggle for a truly universal and humanist vision,
Modiehi Khuele* reports on Annual Globalisation School hosted by ILRIG in September this year.