Southern Africa's liberation movements have been losing popularity and confronting a crisis of legitimacy.
Conservationists scaled the sheer cliffs of Mount Lico as part of wider effort to build the case for the protection of Mozambique's mountain forests.
Cape Town's water crisis holds valuable insights for other cities that need to adapt to the realities of climate change.
A guerrilla movement in Mozambique could upend the government's plans for stability and prosperity.
We found that even when women own land, their husbands are still perceived as household heads.
The death of Mozambican opposition leader Alfonso Dhlakama could affect the progress made to end hostilities in the country.
The protest song "Stimela" remains as much a song about present and future aspirations, as it is of the past.
Character, resilience, convenience and sustainability are what make cities great places to live and learn.
Mozambique has one of the highest maternal death rates in the world. Researchers hope to reduce this, with an ambitious project aimed at empowering women and girls.
Plants, in their fossil forms, can reveal a great deal about past environments and climates.
New ways of managing water have emerged in some of Africa's urban and peri-urban areas.
Diagnosing babies with HIV as early as possible is critical to ensuring that they get onto treatment.
The combination of knowledge and communication, along with a few other fundamental conditions such as liberty and respect , leads to social, cultural and technological development.
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.
The ANC's elective conference is important for the party and South Africa. This is because the person chosen to lead the governing party since 1994, has gone on to become president.
In rural areas where there are often fewer healthcare professionals available, traditional healers can have a role to play in promoting HIV treatment.
A spike in the number of malaria cases in southern Africa means that the region will not meet its initial target of eliminating malaria by 2018.
The first Islamist attack carried out by Mozambicans in the country is particularly surprising given the pride the country takes in its sound and relaxed inter-religious relations.
An upcoming UN meeting on witchcraft and human rights in Geneva is set to focus on the rising attacks on Albinos and the trade of body parts in sub-Saharan African.
South Africa is only one piece in a larger puzzle of the heroin trade along the continents east coast.