Society expects journalists to report objectively. But a documentary filmmaker has an opinion.
Learners benefit from being exposed to multiple and unfamiliar teacher identities.
Boycotting academic, cultural and sports activities in Israel is an essential part, but total avoidance may not be the most useful political strategy.
Rwandan girls with disabilities are challenging domination and stereotypes in a male-dominated setting.
Baringo county and other areas on the western side of Kenya are struggling to reduce their seasonal malaria caseloads.
It's the fourth time a peaceful democratic election has taken place in Sierra Leone. But these are not the stories we hear.
There are millions of energy poor people in sub-Saharan Africa who live in cities.
Bureaucracy is necessary to manage large institutions. But it can also alienate researchers from their field or discipline.
Efforts to discourage girls from being cut in Tanzania have changed the cultural meaning and practices around the ceremonial rite of passage.
Invasive alien species that costs South Africa's economy billions can be eliminated.
It's critical to understand how mothers from all backgrounds navigate obstacles within the city as part of their daily lives.
"What's Going On" remains relevant today. Even now its plaintive lyrics speak eloquently about a post-9/11 world that's upside down.
Influenza is an important cause of severe respiratory illness in Kenya especially among children below two years of age.
The process of institutionalisation may be patchy and uneven. But one thing is clear: Africa is not without functioning institutions.
Not all African leaders are willing to be swept by the democratic reforms of the early 2000s.
Staff wages are a huge challenge facing the survival of Kenya's public universities, but strikes are another.
Manufacturing one of the world's most important vaccines will have several benefits for South Africa.
South Africa's land reform programme will fail if it continues to neglect smallholder farming.
Governments in Africa have done little to institute policies that improve awareness and protect people who have epilepsy.
Marginalised Namibians should be encouraged to take up cameras to document their lives -- on their own terms.
Abalone poaching in Cape Town succeeds because there is a motivated offender, a suitable target and a lack of security.
Post-harvest management will reduce losses and improve food availability.
Curriculum structure and flexibility can play a crucial role in students' progression and success.
The way Winnie Madikizela-Mandela is being remembered recalls the outpouring of grief and iconic status Eva Peron the First Lady of Argentina was accorded.
If the allegations are true Zimbabwe intends to prosecute Grace Mugabe for ivory and rhino horn smuggling.