In this episode, we speak with Divine Fuh, an anthropologist and professor at the University of Cape Town. The conversation revolves around knowledge-based inequality and African knowledge systems – canvassing historical, contemporary and future challenges.
Divine discusses the need to decolonise these systems, the role of African youth, and the potential they hold for addressing global issues like climate change, poverty, and inequality. We also explore the importance of reshaping education and research to embrace African knowledge.
This episode is essential listening for anyone interested in African knowledge systems, decoloniality, and the future of Africa.