African Australians contribute to all major musical genres - from dance to hip hop and beyond.
Kofi Annan and John McCain's positive eulogies could be because both men seized moments of human dignity and decency.
In reality, cybersecurity attacks are like a disease affecting people globally.
Civil society organisations in Zambia help women get access to land.
Astronomy is accessible to anyone with a view of the sky.
Zambia's rosewood forests are being decimated but it's still not reaping the full benefits of exporting the coveted wood to China.
More leaders in more African countries will abolish term limits unless organisations like the African Union take action.
We found that even when women own land, their husbands are still perceived as household heads.
There are hundreds of variations on the basic 'flavour' of bird migration.
Plants, in their fossil forms, can reveal a great deal about past environments and climates.
Numerous traditional African medicines are undeniably beneficial in treating disease or maintaining good health.
The tobacco industry claims that tobacco- growing is essential to the livelihoods of millions of small-scale rural farmers in Malawi, Zambia and Kenya. Research shows that's untrue.
A precursor to the Square Kilometre Array- the MeerKAT telescope - is being built right now and remarkable progress has been made in the last 12 months.
South Africa has some of the highest mobile voice and data costs in the world. A project to deliver affordable services and keep money in communities with high unemployment rates could be the answer.
If Europe is going to reap the benefits of conservation measures at home, its experts need an understanding of where “their” birds migrate to when they head off to Africa.
Faced with a massive food production shortfall, Africa can look towards India's Green Revolution to jump start its agricultural output.
Zambia has gone from a country where people engaged freely in open political debate to one where most people now look over their shoulders to see who’s listening.
Zambia's president is securing powers to consolidate his political control while generating 'plausible deniability' to whether or not he has fatally undermined democracy.
Information to weather changes is often unavailable to Africa's farmers and even if it does exist, the quality is poor or inaccessible to those who need it most.
The IMF's decision to go ahead with a bailout package for Zambia, despite the government’s democratic failings, could embolden the president to pursue an authoritarian strategy.