The book unearths, recognises, appreciates and values Africa's accumulated indigenous knowledge and experiences of peacebuilding and conflict transformation. Indigenous conflict transformation denote knowledge, skills and value systems relevant to Africa and any means, by which conflicts are prevented, managed, resolved or transformed in pre-and in some contexts, post-colonial Africa. The text therefore, shares an understanding of African indigenous knowledge systems; explores the role African traditional religion plays in conflict transformation and examines indigenous institutions. Further, appreciating Africa's indigenous conceptions of peace and conflict; sampling some of Africa's examples of indigenous justice and justice systems including practical peacemaking approaches. The book concludes with a brief reflection on gender vis-à-vis indigenous peacemaking and a comparison of indigenous mechanisms and contemporary approaches. It is hoped, the text will assist readers on indigenous knowledge systems understand and appreciate Africa's cultures and heritage especially mechanisms of conflict transformation.