Sometimes it’s all about timing, about ideas whose time has come, listening to the weak signals and exploring the strength of weak ties.

We can sense the change, yet something inside us wants to stick to the well trodden path. 

But the voices remain as steady whispers – if we allow ourselves to pause and reflect.


We need safe spaces that give room for these conversations to chart our way forward – together. 

As we apply our principles of creating third spaces through creative interactions, we believe its crucial to not tinker with the superficial and pretend all is well underneath the noise, but rather confront the most dominant force shaping our lives at this moment in time – Capitalism and more specifically the Future of Capitalism in Africa.

We are keen to overcome the fruitless binaries that characterize this debate currently by showcasing people and projects that pave the way for advancing the debate into meaningful alternatives.