Africa needs to advocate more aggressively for its own interests when it comes to negotiating debt terms.
Will the Wagner Group under new leadership uphold the ruthless modus operandi that propelled it to the spotlight in Africa?
Donkeys provide vital support to women but their lives are often cut short.
Fossils suggest that as many as three abelisaurid species coexisted in Morocco around 66 million years ago.
Environmental policymakers and scholars must listen to sub-Saharan Africans’ voices and recognize the importance of population for achieving sustainable development goals.
Around one-third of the players that have been called up to the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations were born outside of Africa.
Charity advertising often reinforces historical stereotypes of underdevelopment that equate Africa with poverty.
Qanats are an ancient system which could be a useful way of getting water to farms in arid areas.
Somalia has demanded that a memorandum of understanding – which would see Ethiopia gain access to the Red Sea via a Somaliland port – be ripped up.
The plant’s African past provides insight into emerging issues in humanity’s interactions with cannabis.
Budget cuts have resulted in increased hunger in camps in Uganda, Burundi and Kenya that house refugees from across the region.
Soil contains three times more carbon than the atmosphere. As climate change has become a global threat, agriculture’s ability to store more or less carbon is under close scrutiny.
Africa can check climate impact on health by taking 37 actions endorsed by environment ministers.
The original storyline for Road Dahl’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” contained some stunning parallels to the trans-Atlantic slave trade.
Fewer than a quarter of once-colonized countries make official government-to-government requests for an apology or reparations.
The system’s promoters must figure out how to compensate the African countries that run trade surpluses.
Africa bears the heaviest burden of antimicrobial resistance, a phenomenon fuelled largely by poverty, But there are encouraging signs that the continent is taking action to fight it.
The struggle with open defecation is a silent emergency, undermining the continent’s efforts towards sustainable development goals.
The impact of housing quality extends beyond health to education and subsequent economic outcomes, particularly for children.
Two conditions enable courts to take the risk of nullifying the elections of ruling party candidates.