Inkanyiso deliberately embraces epistemologies of the Global South as part and parcel of its geo-politics of knowledge vis-à-vis the problematic epistemologies of the Global North. This posture finds concrete expression in the contributions received. The journal takes seriously the indigenous epistemologies, ontologies, as well as historical and socio-economic realities of its immediate communities. The intellectual project of the journal strives to privilege epistemologies of the Global South and indigenous African knowledge by systematically blending decolonial, postcolonial, Afrocentric and Afro-sensed grammars and vocabularies of change in ways that are non-fundamentalist, non-nativist and non-faddist. Given that African thought is inherently polyvocal, reflexive, responsive and dynamic, the central focus on African thought is informed by an ecology of pluralistic perspectives and ontologies across space and time.