The Eyes of Melinda Gates

Blog / By Evelyn Groenink

It’s going to be terrible, she says. People will be dying in the streets. Have you seen the images from Ecuador? Piles of bodies. It will be like that in Africa.


Sense making in the time of corona

Blog / By Oyunga Pala and Bart Luirink

Please join us in our search for new ideas, perspectives and analysis—the building blocks for a better world.


Notes on Corona in Africa 2

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

From 'let's gather and pray' in Tanzania to 'compassionate leadership' in South Africa. A continent fighting a virus in a context of extreme poverty, food shortage and homelessness. But then: why are the figures still relatively low?



It has been barely two weeks since the first case of coronavirus was detected in Kenya yet the ramifications of the pandemic are already being painfully felt within my community.


On movement, human rights and Covid-19

Blog / By Pumla Dineo Gqola

Meditating on human rights and the coronavirus in South Africa, Pumla Dineo Gqola posits that the landscape of freedom after apartheid has cemented an old regime of movement.


Notes on Corona in Africa

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

A weekly overview of interesting analysis and findings on the coronavirus in Africa.


Statistics | Corona in Africa

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

Our friends of Nairobi based The Elephant bring the latest factual updates about the Coronavirus in African countries. 


“I am not interested in revolutionary speeches by corrupt and ineffective leaders who have lived, along with their families in stupendous wealth while their countries have remained beggar nations.”


A new documentary shows the city as an assault on all your senses. It's loud, smelly, full of contrast, tasty and hot. And there is street art everywhere.


Angola | The Artwashing of Sindika Dikolo?

Blog / By Africa is a Country, Delinda Colier & Marissa Moorman

Coverage of the #LuandaLeaks revelations have steered clear of the art world dealings of Isabel dos Santos’s husband, and art luminaries have largely defended Dokolo’s reputation.