A pioneer of cinema, his films established a truly African cinema for Africans.
Kenya, Malawi, Gabon, Nigeria and Togo are already interested in scaling carbon credit production.
Many developing nations have little cold storage and lose much of their perishable food before it gets to markets. Climate-friendly refrigeration can provide huge environmental and social benefits.
It’s likely that free movement will advance first among groupings within regional communities.
African Catholics are growing in number. They are also reinventing and reinterpreting Christianity.
Countries that lean towards democracy are less likely to welcome Chinese labourers.
If the situation doesn’t change, Africa – indeed, the world – may lose one of its most iconic animal species.
The Covid-19 pandemic has the potential to make tourism more sustainable in Africa, improving the lives of local communities rather than just catering to international visitors.
Zimbabwe, Turkey, Argentina, Pakistan and Nigeria all have presidential or general elections in 2023.
The World Cup is drawing to an end. Will the tournament be remembered for a Messi moment to rival that of Maradona’s? Or as a breakthrough yeah for African nations?
There are advantages to a regional force overseen by the East African Community – particularly as the bloc is leading new political talks.
China’s international lending projects have big potential impacts on oceans and coasts. By cooperating more closely with host countries, Beijing can make those projects more sustainable.
As US-Africa leaders meet, it should be clear that aligning respective goals, priorities and actions is in the interests of the US and of African countries.
The film sees myths created by the Black diaspora come alive as Wakanda is presented as a Black utopia.
African countries have few options for responding to the strong dollar. And most are challenging.
It’s a landmark agreement, acknowledging for the first time that wealthy countries bear some responsibility to help. But it leaves many unanswered questions.
Tangible solutions would reduce livestock methane emissions, while also improving productivity and livelihoods.
Ethiopia’s civet producers could benefit greatly if the industry were properly regulated and commercialised.
To address Africa’s heavy dependence on fossil fuels and hydropower, there is a need for investment in renewable energy sources like wind and solar.
Developed nations threaten to consume more than their fair share of Earth’s dwindling carbon budget.