The way science is currently taught in southern African countries ignores the fact that the whole environment is a laboratory for learning.
Zimbabwe's new president promised to deliver the country citizens want but the nation remains on edge.
As transitional justice efforts have become more widespread, their mandates have also become increasingly ambitious.
Women in the DRC are much more than victims of violence and coming together to effect change.
Data and statistical analysis were used to find an association - if any - between extreme weather conditions and crime in South Africa's capital.
Two decades after terrorists bombed the US embassies in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam, Kenya has implemented a slew of measures to counter terrorism.
Togo illustrates the difficulty of moving away from personalised politics.
Researchers pay scant attention to women principals' identities as leaders in relation to race, culture, ethnicity, religion, class, and sexuality.
Turkana women weren't properly represented in decisions made between the oil company and community.
The Cecil movement didn't lead to any deep-seated changes as trophy hunting persists in many parts of Africa.
Zimbabweans face a complicated array of choices at the polls.
Mandela did not make the decision to jettison Taiwan and recognise China. He adhered to a decision by the governing ANC.
About 15 million Nigerian children work - the highest rate in West Africa.
There seems to be very limited high-level discourse about how South Africa plans to navigate this wave of technological advancement.
Uganda needs to face the reality that many young people are sexually active and need information to protect themselves.
The methods used to measure gross domestic product are being criticised for excluding the unpaid work done by women.
Wider access to technology has increased possibilities to share stories via digital means.
Africa has a real challenge when it comes to using academic research and evidence to design policies.
A newish method called the multidimensional poverty index is revealing new insights into the South Africa's poverty.
To understand why women in Africa are less politically represented than men, one needs to look into the history of the continent's gender gap when it comes to matters of leadership and governance.