Digital transactions generate massive amounts of revenue and the Kenyan government wants to ensure that online traders pay their fair share of taxes.
Coding is beneficial to children, irrespective of their career path later on in life.
Promising to plant 100m trees a year is one thing; making them grow can be quite another.
Effective health care interventions are very important for sub-Saharan Africa because the region has a high burden of vaccine-preventable diseases.
Kenya, Rwanda, and Uganda are at the forefront of the war against cyber criminals.
African literary prizes are slowly becoming more relevant and richer, thanks to writers organising on the continent.
Most of the maize consumed in Kenya is never even tested for aflatoxin.
Most women feel they are unable to ask health professionals questions. And only half were consistently asked if they had questions.
As smartphone uptake and connectivity grows in Africa, so does the often unhealthy trend of young people betting on sports using their phones.
Vulturine guineafowl were found to live in large, sexually mixed groups. These seem to have social preferences for certain other groups.
In a resource constrained environment, doctoral supervisors can benefit from professional development courses presented fully online
Women have to push through barriers to access higher education.
Drought-driven humanitarian emergencies can be prevented if groundwater is reliably made available at strategic locations.
As Kenya and Somalia scramble for offshore oil and gas, foreign investors wait eagerly on the sidelines
Many African countries host large numbers of asylum seekers. But should they be held in camps, or be allowed to integrate into cities?
Research shows that children who had preschool education were less likely to drop out of school and have higher levels of literacy when they reach adolescence.
The commercialisation of universities in Kenya poses a serious threat to academic freedom.
Kenya's constitution protects children from all forms of violence, but the country's implementation strategies are weak.
Government leadership is needed to manage the aquifer as a system for all, including environmental services, rather than for the powerful few.
Most Kenyan women were introduced into drug use by male sexual partners in their teenage years.