With a dramatic political history, radio is today the number one source of news in Africa.
It reads powerfully in the Shona language, and is one of two of her books newly translated into it.
The demand for donkey hides to produce ejiao has led to a shortage of donkeys in China and increasingly worldwide.
Oromia is a cultural, economic and political powerhouse. It significantly shapes Ethiopia’s identity and trajectory.
A significant number of older adults in rural South Africa are HIV-positive. Awareness programmes and self-testing would reduce cases.
South Africa’s challenge is how to break the cycle of people becoming locked in chronic unemployment who may not be employable in the long term.
Slums in Bamako, Mali are transforming into landscapes of protracted unrest, civil conflict, violent extremism and urban insurgency.
The key to a successful energy transition away from coal is good institutional quality supported by anti-corruption procedures and clear rules.
In the worst-case scenario currently being mapped, Earth’s temperature could increase by 4.3°C before 2100. Southern African rhinos will have no possibility of surviving this unless parks act now.
Undermining the delicate relations between Israel and Egypt could potentially grant Hamas a strategic political achievement.
Critics have described Ghana’s emissions tax as premature.
When evaluating the costs and benefits of the employment programme, and similar ones such as social grants, ‘extra’ economic benefits need to be part of the calculation.
Border closures between Sahelian and coastal countries have had devastating consequences for the regional economy.
Will the Wagner Group under new leadership uphold the ruthless modus operandi that propelled it to the spotlight in Africa?
Migrating animals are vital to the health of ecosystems worldwide but a new report says they are in grave danger.
His sudden death at 24 has shone a light on what a talent and hard worker he was, and what he represented.
The depth of talent, record viewership and fair refereeing made it a tournament that proves African football is starting to thrive.
We all need to understand that ranking is not objective and true. University rankings are massively overvalued, and reinforce global, regional and national inequalities.
Sex workers have a deep understanding of their needs but development partnerships tend to prioritise scientific knowledge.
Sex is all over the internet, and girls engage with it in many different ways. They shouldn’t be judged for it.