While history is often deployed as a weapon in eastern DRC, it also shows us stories of friendship and collaboration.
To effectively control COVID-19 and prevent a future pandemic, Nigeria needs to start investing heavily in science research.
The global cost of lost productivity due to depression and anxiety disorders is jarring. Around 4.7 billion days of productivity a year are lost.
Regreening Africa works directly with 500,000 households to restore one million hectares of agricultural land.
Potato cyst nematodes suppress crop growth and can cause huge yield losses of up to 80%, and even total crop failure.
In a political environment as polarised as Rwanda’s, there is no room for moderates and no space for critical voices.
Africa is far from having an ageing farming population. What is missing is a critical mass of skilled, young farmers with access to finance who could drive productivity in farming.
The gap between the continent’s most democratic and authoritarian regions is likely to continue to grow.
More than 20 years after the shift from unilateralism to multilateralism, it is reasonable to wonder how multilateral France’s ‘new interventionism’ really is.
Such a large accumulation of methane in a lake is unique, and has never been reached in any other lakes.
Pooled testing is most efficient when applied in settings of low virus prevalence.
The court's decision has wider implications for international criminal law.
History will judge Nkurunziza as a man who brought unnecessary pain to a nation that had long suffered from political misrule.
A number of programmes now exist that are helping to close the gender gap in African science, technology, engineering and maths.
Though genocide survivors would ideally want Kabuga to be prosecuted in Rwanda, it won't be possible, for legal or political reasons.
Coronavirus-related restrictions are likely to slow but not stop the coffee business in Rwanda, which produces specialty beans sold worldwide.
The Tubeho Neza programme has showed that it is possible to provide interventions against major diseases to vulnerable households.
The interdependency between humans, animals and the environment is becoming more pronounced. This calls for an interdisciplinary approach to health problems.
Understanding the many factors that may play a role in spillover of pathogens from bats to humans requires systematic surveillance of bat populations.
Keane is stepping back from his role as the BBC's Africa editor due to a long struggle with PTSD after years reporting from conflict zones.