AfrikaYetu

An upcoming public and policy engagement non-profit consultancy focusing on Social, Political and Ecological Justice issues in Afrika. We work and stand in solidarity with communities in mineral rich areas in Afrika and other global south environments.

Acacia Mining and the ‘Bulldozer’: A reflection

  Author: Evans Rubara President John Magufuli of Tanzania aka the Bulldozer has embarked on a campaign to end the abusive exploitation of the country’s natural resources by greedy multinational … Continue reading

August 4, 2017

Come Modernity Through the Window…

Do you remember the days when we gathered together as a family to eat? Those days when we only had one platter for Ugali, and another one for relish – … Continue reading

July 11, 2017

Hello Tanzania! I am Back Home…

Having been away from home for a while, I realised that there are many changes. One of the things that stands out are the tall buildings that seem to be … Continue reading

July 11, 2017

Benevoluntourism & the mis-Readings of the ‘Postcolonial’ Environments

We do not need Benevoluntourists! What on earth is benevoluntourism, you ask?  Benevoluntourism is the ‘new’, in my view, neoliberal capitalist philanthropic movement. This genre combines charitable acts, buttressed in … Continue reading

June 28, 2016

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