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.
Areas such as artificial intelligence, green development, e-commerce, and tech cooperation have been added.
The exhibit offers a close look at the problematic history of palaeoanthropology.
New research looks at how different species have managed to cross geographic barriers throughout history and whether their individual traits played a crucial role in these journeys.
African economic growth is central to what happens in this century to both global poverty and global inequality.
Divisions and tensions in the global church are affecting the church in Africa.
African immigrant writers possess particularly acute insights into the way race and racism affect daily life in the US.
Many sources of finance, including those from the World Bank and IMF, don’t adequately cater for African nations’ specific needs.
In this episode of The Conversation Weekly, we hear from the scientists behind a new malaria vaccine developed by the University of Oxford.
The Nyanga rinkhals can tell us about our own evolution.
Politicians and scholars debate whether China’s economic investments in Africa benefit or exploit local populations. But what does the public think?
The success of the Somali case illustrates what a high degree of shared interests among international actors can achieve.
Without refugee status people aren’t able to receive valuable support, like the right to live and work in a country.