As antimicrobial resistance increases, the options for treating serious infections dwindle. Doctors need reliable information about which treatments to try out.
HIV/AIDS receives more funding than hepatitis, which is responsible for more deaths.
Vice-chancellors from three South African universities unpack how the COVID-19 pandemic could alter the country's higher education sector.
In Lagos, many people pay property tax not because they receive public services but to feel more secure and create a record of their presence.
The demon is not density but rather that African countries have not planned and made the investments necessary to manage the downsides of the type of density found in informal settlements.
In South African cities there's an uneven distribution of trees, greenery and parks across racial and income geographies.
A Constitutional Court ruling sheds light on the relationship between private schools and children's constitutional rights.