There's been an evolution in Tanzanian laws used against the press
Declining water quantity and quality means people have to travel further to find good water sources.
The needs of children with albinism aren't met in the classroom and this often leads to them dropping out of school.
When children are drawn into their countries' informal justice systems, their human rights are often threatened.
A new book celebrates the long and rich history of investigative reporting in southern Africa, and highlights some hidden and forgotten gems.
In 2018, Hollywood released two films depicting youth forced into Christian ex-gay conversion therapy programs. A survivor of these programs tells the story.
Narratives about successful community-based conservation efforts in Tanzania need to be probed.
We don't have the data in developing countries, and in global statistics to know if the digital divide is being closed.
Tanzania was an early, ardent believer in family planning. Now it joins a growing number of developing nations that see potential advantage in having a huge and growing workforce.
It's vital for academics in South Africa to start asking deep questions that examine what decolonialism could look like in their teaching.
As the Maasai people of Kenya seek to expand their agricultural developments, the lives of one of Africa's greatest creatures are being severely disrupted.
The number of giraffes in Africa has dropped by 40% over the past 30 years, but the reasons for this remain largely unknown.
Containing Al-Shabaab in Kenya doesn't directly reduce the group's standing inside Somalia.
Tanzania faces the challenge of conserving forests in a developing country with a rapidly expanding population.
Women-owned small business in Tanzania stay away from formal loans because of their negative beliefs about loans.
Green infrastructure can be a valuable tool in helping vulnerable communities to face the double threat of flooding and drought.
There is indeed merit to using beehives to keep elephants from eating and destroying crops.
Soil scientists have rarely gone the extra mile to translate their knowledge into forms that can be integrated into economic decision making.
Environmental organizations are using games to engage communities on conservation matters.
New findings show that the numbers of cubs a cheetah is able to rear is lower in areas that receive lots of tourists.