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Thandika Mkandawire: An intellectual giant, an pan-Africanist

Thandika Mkandawire, who died in Stockholm, Sweden, on March 27 after a battle with cancer, was a renowned development economist, an institution builder and a pan-Africanist

Queen Sono moers the dudes

The spy drama with its kick-ass heroine Queen Sono shows the continent in a new light

Mzansi marvel makes it big

Debbie Berman set her sights high on Hollywood and her tenacity has paid off with ‘Black Panther’

Stan Lee, Marvel legend and father of superheroes, dies at 95

Lee rose through the ranks to become a comics writer — making millions of superhero fans dream of his fantastic universes

When Ye met Yoweri, and worlds collided

Uganda, Wakanda...it’s an easy mistake to make

Avengers: Infinity capitalism

Over and over old tropes are trotted our in films, with modern and “civilised” always triumphing. But what is the new definition of “civilised”?

The case for the other black woman in ‘Black Panther’

Nightshade might seem nothing more than a prop in the film but she is more than she appears to be

Slice of Life: Taste buds with Cassper

'I don’t think I have a cooking style yet; I’m still figuring myself out'

‘Who is more sci-fi than us?’

It’s a genre that can’t exist without the spectre of blackness. Black Panther gets this

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