Most African countries lack legislation to protect people from online crime and abuse.
Some of Burundi's highest-ranking officials have been assassinated – but ordinary Burundians are still being terrorised too.
Authoritarian and landlocked it may be, but Addis Ababa will mark its last emperor's death as a model of development.
The communities ravaged by Ebola need mental health support to help people rebuild their lives.
Solutions from London or Los Angeles won't necessarily work in Lagos or Kinshasa as in Africa cars are only one part of the problem.
Writing about the women’s and feminist movements is a definitional minefield. The two are often conflated, more so in Africa.
Green infrastructure may not be the best thing for Africa despite being environmentally friendly.
If John Garang could see the state of South Sudan today, he would be appalled.
Education could be a valuable weapon in Africa's fight against corruption. Three business schools are already putting this theory to the test, with positive results.
Cape Town's screening of the Africa World Documentary Film Festival provides a platform for debate, and shows how documentary films clarify and complicate the answers.
Those looking to start a business in Africa face enormous obstacles, even with the backing of foreign investors.
Countries with healthy populations of big game should allow tourists to hunt them.
Concerns have been raised that the mammoth infrastructure projects taking place across Africa provide only a short-term jobs boost.
Hepatitis B vaccines have been available for over 20 years but the virus is still endemic in Africa, with the continent carrying over one third of the globe's case load.
Investing in science, technology and innovation can help give Nigeria a positive lift in many sectors of the economy.
As Obama travels to Africa, it's a reminder of how people and communities need to play a bigger role in the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
To Palestinian students fed up with Fatah and imprisoned by politics, Africa's maturing democracies are a source of inspiration.
Africa is perfectly capable of competing with the rest of the world on fields and tracks, and in organisational terms too.
Zimbabwe dollars are being decommissioned at a rate of 35 quadrillion per US dollar, with eight alternative currencies to choose from.
The hope is that Buhari will be honest and efficient — but his post comes with significant baggage.