Cape Town’s informal traders need support, but they need to be consulted first.
Attitudes towards Kwame Nkrumah have shifted from veneration to confrontation and destruction and, finally, to more subtle forms of remembrance.
Stigmatised people living with HIV often suffer from fear, depression and abuse. It’s sometimes easier to stop a treatment regime than risk being ostracised or assaulted by the community.
The push for national trials reflects a disappointment with the slow pace and high costs of international justice.
Experts insist there is no scientific reason for allowing these fossils to travel to space.
Variations of English names reveal the enduring effects of British rule - but there’s also a return to tradition.
Overall, differences in teachers’ subject knowledge could explain a third of the differences in student learning between the 14 countries.
Land disputes arise when the fundamental principles of customary law are breached. The breach can be at the hands of the state or its representatives.
La dégradation de la note souveraine du Cameroun peut être interprétée comme un signal envoyé par les marchés au gouvernement, au moment où il bénéficie d’un appui financier du FMI.
The new report on alien invasive species doesn’t just concentrate on problems. It also offers solutions.
To build trust with an audience, scientists must demonstrate that they are competent experts. But they must also come across as warm, caring and human.
Suicide in Ghana is regarded as taboo for most families.
Les barrages sont généralement construits pour résister aux fortes pluies ou à la sécheresse.
The African Union’s membership in the G20 is an important complement to existing strategic partnerships.
Financing is available to farmers. What’s in contention is whether what’s available helps farmers enter the industry, expand and grow.
What should you do if you’re tempted to use ChatGPT for medical advice? For starters, don’t use it.
Local communities need to be warned more clearly and effectively if there is a threat of a storm surge and of coastal flooding.
Whistleblowers should be entitled to financial support. But that has potential costs as well as benefits.
School meals should strive to provide nutritious diets by serving diverse, safe, palatable, and locally available foods.
Many animal species can be detected using a simple, low tech method of collecting DNA from the environment.
The founding story of Museveni’s government remains persuasive for a great many people 37 years later.
Dams are usually built to withstand heavy rainfall or drought.
Awarding punitive costs against legal practitioners would make them think twice about facilitating delaying tactics and malicious lawsuits.
Rongai’s rapid development has happened without services keeping pace, and the rivers have paid the price.
Efforts have been made to change the patterns of inequality in South Africa. But not enough has been done. Race-based inequality is still a real problem.