In the absence of peace, efforts to address climate risks will be restrained, ineffective and counterproductive.
Experts explain why there might not be much to celebrate and proffer solutions.
If Nigeria’s public office holders behave, there’s no reason why the country can’t progress.
Nigeria must strengthen its democratic institutions and improve governance for economic development.
The ICC can still reopen cases against President William Ruto and his predecessor Uhuru Kenyatta if it lands solid evidence.
There should be a better long-term strategy for foreign direct investments in Nigeria that’s not tied to its oil reserves.
The key to reducing green hydrogen costs in the future lies mainly in technological improvements.
Africa must focus on building strong alliances with advanced economies to mitigate the steps being taken by the European Union and US.
People in Nigeria are creating new drugs either because they can’t afford more traditional narcotics, because they’re not controlled or because they’re strong.
Though child marriage rates are declining globally, the practice remains worryingly common in some African countries.
The ability of the Osun River to support biodiversity is being threatened by pollution and can only be rescued if the contamination ends.
Girls and young women do not search for medical safety when seeking abortion care. They prioritise “social safety” to avoid prosecution and social stigma. Can self-care be a solution?
A way forward is for the national government of South Sudan and Unity State government to work together to address the crisis.
Scapegoating immigrants will not result in significantly improved healthcare service provision, reduced crime or less unemployment.
The Sudan strain of the Ebola virus has been identified in Uganda for the first time in more than a decade.
Insecurity of assets and life with declining capacity for technical and market production are responsible for Nigeria’s low crude oil production.
Kenya’s new president needs to forge closer ties with regional heavyweights to create a balance of power that favours his country.
African media also emphasise the west as superior and Africa as inferior.
South African legislators are steadily moulding indigenous laws into the image of western laws.
The domestic workers’ place of work, as a private household, is difficult to monitor. It is therefore challenging for government to enforce current legislation.