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.
Burkina Faso’s genetically modified cotton success narrative was built on studies with methodological problems.
Despite high prices, poor quality and inconvenience, Kenya's urban poor continued to buy water from private vendors because it's still their best option.
Corruption has been a constant feature of South African political life for much of the past 350 years; solutions will also take time.
There needs to be greater clarity on the nature of the crisis for an informed and meaningful intervention.
Poor and inconsistent pricing data makes it hard to assess agricultural markets.
Kampala, like many other cities in sub-Saharan Africa, has a critical data gap on the scale and magnitude of air pollution.
Local government and humanitarian actors are faced with tough choices of prioritising, managing and balancing resources, locations and constituencies.
Students feel a generational responsibility to challenge racial stereotypes, a study finds.
Citizens have been denied their right to elect officials at the grassroots and this has allowed the central government to maintain rigid control of the country's regions.
The Africa peace and security posture is not everything it was intended to be, but it is credited with a number of success stories.
A united opposition could create enough momentum to unseat incumbent John Magufuli from power.
Mali's precarious political situation has been the subject of ECOWAS resolution attempts for months
The transition to a civilian government won't be smooth.
The root causes of the ongoing conflict in Darfur are rising to the surface amid an influx of arms from Libya.
A more explicit emphasis on the national interest may encourage donor countries to play ‘the long game’ in Africa.
After the oil spill, the usual sight of families strolling by the sea was quickly replaced by volunteers working hard in a concerted effort to protect their coast.
Far from the myth of the omnipotent father of the nation, big man or dictator, the Kenyan presidential system was built on divisions and uncertainty.
The occurrence of violence in Kenya is a joint production between political elites and ordinary citizens.
Kenya must pay more attention to the role of this agreement as an investment attraction vehicle and not just a simple tariff centred ‘traditional’ pact.