Researchers have long argued that greywater could bolster South Africa’s food security if it’s used to water domestic food gardens.
Lumumba Hall residents are more generous and trust each other more than Livingstone Hall residents do.
Just as Christians in the 1800s were persecuted for embracing foreign teachings, today the regime in power vilifies civil society and opposition political parties as foreign agents.
Ensuring the participation of ordinary citizens and producers in the industry is the big challenge facing African states.
Recent clashes put eastern Congo’s M23 into the headlines again, but many other security problems persist in the area as diplomats struggle to tackle the underlying causes.
The plan to replace Museveni with his son has dramatically shifted from rumour to reality in recent months.
Refugee law puts humanitarianism above considerations of state sovereignty.
LGBTI refugees from other countries expect Kenya to be safer but are quickly disillusioned.
Nearly three-quarters of all patients in the study were taking at least one antibiotic. This is high and could indicate overuse.
Stricter measures had major impacts on farmers’ livelihoods and food security.
Uganda uses unpredictability to combine democratic institutions with authoritarian power.
Receiving any text message increased the likelihood that an individual would pay their tax.
Uganda launches a bottom-up approach to shift development planning to grassroots level.
Kampala’s current transport system is not working to the benefit of its users, its operators or the government. It is not providing a mobility service.
The case raises the question of what happens when a court that’s designed to keep international peace starts assigning crippling damage awards.
Fresh efforts to capture Kony comes amid growing influence of Russia in the Central African Republic.
E-payments make it easy for banks to keep trail of transactions because they are recorded in real time.
Whereas digital work can bring freedom and flexibility into the lives of workers in Africa, it can also contribute towards their precarity and vulnerability.
Over two millennia, Swahili has built bridges among people across Africa and into the diaspora.
It’s individuals, communities, and institutions who build the necessary confidence to pursue complex and challenging solutions to their problems.