Links Round Up: Elections in Mozambique and Botswana, Russian relations, and some book suggestions.

This week’s BONUS links are a catch up from the previous two episodes. Enjoy all the material we have for our intellectually curious listeners!  Episode 76 In episode 76, we cover Mozambican elections, comic books and the Nobel Prize in Economics. Kim then had a discussion with economists Grieve Chelwa on a wide-ranging discussion, covering … More Links Round Up: Elections in Mozambique and Botswana, Russian relations, and some book suggestions.

Links Round Up: Tunisian elections, Malawi violence, developments in Cote d’Ivoire, and more

Episode 75 started out with the news technology and transportation developments in Cote d’Ivoire, Tunisian elections, and more. Then, Sciences Po Professor Richard Banegas, this week’s guest, sat down with Rachel to discuss identity cards and citizenship.  Here are this week’s links to articles and items mentioned in this episode’s news brief:  Read up on … More Links Round Up: Tunisian elections, Malawi violence, developments in Cote d’Ivoire, and more

Links Round Up: Malawi protests, Xenophobia in South Africa, Mobile Money

In Episode 74, we covered xenophobia in South Africa, protests in Malawi, and research accomplishments of colleagues and prior guests of Ufahamu. For this week’s guest, Mandela Washington Fellows at Northwestern University sat down with Rachel as panel to discuss the development and growth of mobile money in Africa Here are links to what we … More Links Round Up: Malawi protests, Xenophobia in South Africa, Mobile Money

Welcome to Ufahamu Africa

Welcome to Ufahamu Africa, a new podcast about life and politics on the continent. Ufahamu in Kiswahili translates to understanding or consciousness in English. Our podcast will feature content and cover events with the aim of broadening our audience’s understanding of the continent. Our first episode launches on January 7, 2017, when we will commemorate … More Welcome to Ufahamu Africa