After almost a decade of worsening tensions and increasing harassment, writer and activist Phil Samba argues that it’s time to take radical action.
Filmmaker Alexander Naunau discusses his new documentary, Collective – a shocking investigation into big pharma and institutional injustice.
Journalist Luciana Nanci watched anti-coup demonstrations brutally repressed by police with tear gas, stun grenades and water cannons. This is what she saw.
After a leaked wire tap unmasks the plot to topple President Rousseff, we look at the story so far and ask what’s next for Brazil.
Brazil’s new right-wing government are counting on political fatigue to push through an unelectable neoliberal policy programme.
David Cameron is caught on camera telling the Queen that Afghanistan and Nigeria are "fantastically corrupt." Journalist Solomon Hughes reckons Cameron needs look at corruption in Britain before he cracks another joke.
Acting lower house speaker throws out motion to impeach Dilma Rousseff after leading coup plotter dismissed over corruption. And then changes his mind...
The White House announces Barack Obama is taking executive action to close tax loopholes. But does it go far enough?
The Bristol Cable is a media co-operative shaking up local news with hard-hitting investigative journalism.
Dayo Ntwari is one of a new generation of writers using sci-fi to imagine a bold future for Africa and exorcise the demons of today, like corruption, religious exploitation and Boko Haram.
The latest chapter in Brazil’s escalating political crisis was opened when congress voted to impeach president Dilma Rousseff. So, what does it mean and what happens next?
After the biggest leak of offshore financial data in history, will anything change? We asked author and tax haven expert Nicholas Shaxson.