The use of antiretroviral therapy among pregnant and breastfeeding women in Zambia has increased but adherence is a problem.
Study finds that Victoria Falls, a nature-based tourism resort town, is a significant contributor to carbon emissions throughout the tourism value chain in the area.
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.
Road and rail construction is booming in sub-Saharan Africa, but the pandemic has brought a welcome pause for reflection.
How Zambian farmers won the right to pursue claims in UK courts – and why UK polluters should be worried
Africa is facing a profound crisis that could set its development back a generation. It needs a solution to its debt problems that doesn't cripple countries.
Downgrades have a devastating effect on economies that are already strained. The decision to downgrade during a crisis like the coronavirus pandemic must be challenged.
African academics draw up a reading list that speaks to the vibrancy of contemporary as well as older African literature.
Scientists need greater understanding of the bacterium's basic biology, as well as more about how it is spread from one individual to the next.
Kenya can save its roan population if it re-stocks from other countries, eliminates poaching and improves their habitat.
By pushing their usually valid complaints onto the streets and the courts, opposition leaders deny governments the popular goodwill and international credibility they need to govern effectively.
Does South Africa have skeletons in the closet over the death of the UN Secretary-General?
By better understanding the politics and governance of African cities and variations across cities, we can identify feasible opportunities to improve informal traders' livelihoods.
Male lions are responsible for the movement of genes between prides. New research confirmed that the genes are traveling long distances – even though no one has been spotting the lions on the journey.
CITES' decision seeks to increase levels of monitoring so that we can be more and better informed about the illegal trade of Mukula and over-harvesting.
As the ultimate custodians, it is urgent that African countries with elephants take
ownership of the processes at CITES.
Health responses need to take on board the fact that the number of women and girls migrating across borders as well as within countries is growing.
There isn't much space in Zambia's rural areas for open, judgement-free communication with friends and parents about sexual matters.
As Zambia's case study shows, the benefits of boosting investment in cigarette manufacturing run the risk of being wiped out by the health and economic development costs of increasing smoking.
UN is seeking to halve global road deaths and injuries by 2020, but many poorer countries are moving in the wrong direction.