Small farmers are the world’s primary food suppliers. It’s imperative we listen to them, not the big corporates.
It is a myth that the only way to increase productivity on existing agricultural lands is through Green Revolution programmes and evidence shows that they are among the principal causes of unsustainable land use.
Ahead of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC), Tim Zajontz looks at the immense amounts of debt African governments owe Chinese lenders. This debt is central to capitalist accumulation and financial extraction from the African continent. Zajontz argues that Chinese capital is now pivotal to the global circuit of capital and China, just like other creditors, uses debt for the conquest of Africa and its resources.
If they continue to release results as they have been, the pressure on Lungu to stand down may soon become insurmountable.
How Kenneth Kaunda was instrumental in guiding Zambia through its formative years in the absence of war or mass atrocities that blighted many of its neighbors.
How kleptocrat rulers in African countries sell out their resources to international partners, deprive citizens and enrich themselves
Independence leader who fought white rule and helped shape postcolonial southern Africa
Kenneth David Kaunda was one of a generation of African leaders of a caliber that Africa will not see again.
As we mourn President Kaunda, my prayer is that the death of this great African son and leader will remind us of the sacrifices that he and his contemporaries who fought for Africa’s independence made.