Kenya’s government has brought the role of the media into sharp focus after shutting down three main television stations.
Raila Odinga's swearing-in has rattled Kenya's government thanks in part to the large crowds that turned up.
Africa’s immediate challenge is to develop closer partnerships with those opposing US President Donald Trump.
Information about the threats facing Lake Victoria and how they're perceived are crucial to reverse the damage that's been done.
Mass hysteria and lawlessness during disasters are remarkably rare, contrary to Western Cape Premier Helen Zille's prediction of anarchy when Cape Town's taps run day.
Research explores why parents in Nairobi actively choose to send their children to private schools, despite the financial constraints.
Turkey's actions have arguably improved the situation in Somalia over the past six years but its increasing role could bring it on a collision course with other states.
The experiences of other countries can provide valuable lessons for Cape Town on how to better cope with its water crisis.
Official reasons for joining the Somalia mission were that the conflict posed a security risk. But in fact other factors played a bigger role.
South Africa's obsession with nuclear energy under the leadership of President Zuma, is dangerous.
Zimbabwe’s new president, Emmerson Mnagagwga has offered a glimmer of hope to LGBT people in the country.
The subject of Technology can be used to support and develop pupils' entrepreneurial skills.
"Critique of Black Reason" offers readers insight into how the construction of race and racism underpins our understanding of modernity.
Obesity is on the rise among urban African women of reproductive age in all of the 24 countries studied.
In richer countries, the socio-economic impact of invasive species can be tackled through technology or adaptive behaviour. But this isn't the case in poor countries.
Technology is changing how plant diseases are recognised and dealt with by small scale farmers in Africa.
The governor of South Africa's Reserve Bank has been appointed to chair an important IMF committee. Countries in sub-Saharan Africa stand to benefit.
Steps are being taken to lay charges and seize assets of people and companies allegedly involved in corruption in South Africa.
For South Africa decommissioning its nuclear plant Koeberg is a reality that cannot be ignored much longer.
Mass demonstrations in Tunisia indicate anger over the government's decision to raise taxes, but its more complex.