2021 was a year of suffering and struggle, repression and resistance — one in which the contradictions in global capitalism sharpened, and peoples’ movements rose up in force to confront them.
The surge in COVID-19 cases in India, spurred by a more transmissible variant and complacency, provides a stark warning to African populations to remain vigilant to contain the pandemic.
The novel coronavirus has exposed the ugly underbelly of Prime Minister Modi’s BJP, a party founded on fascist fundamentalism and whose dangerous currents have reached Kenyan shores.
Africans know what it means to be the object of “disaster porn”. Now Indians are getting the same treatment.
Neglect of the public healthcare system, suppression of scientific information and sacrificing citizen welfare for political mileage have led to the public health crisis facing India today.
The latest COVID-19 crisis in India is overshadowing a farmers' revolt over land and agriculture. That revolt holds lessons for Africans.