Political Economist Grieve Chelwa explains the reasons why countries of the Global South are forced to go time and again to the International Monetary Fund for aid.
A dossier by the Tricontinental Institute for Social Research examines the role of the IMF and other institutions in perpetuating a “permanent debt crisis” in Africa and, broadly, the Global South, outlining ways to free countries from this neocolonial trap
Zambia is heading toward critical negotiations to restructure its mounting debts. The IMF has approved a $1.3 billion bailout plan for the country, which will impose cruel austerity measures on the Zambian people
For a decade, the government has been systematically under-funding the university, and has threatened the students’ and teachers’ unions for protesting.