Carter’s work in Zimbabwe forms a significant and under appreciated part of his legacy
The relationship between Pretoria and Moscow was forged in the apartheid era with the then Soviet Union giving support to banned ANC fighters.
The Angolan Highlands are hydrologically and ecologically important - and the region’s newly mapped peatlands are valuable “carbon sinks”.
The global realignment triggered by the end of the Cold War and Gorbachev’s reforms ushered in a period of transition on the African continent.
A prolonged economic recession triggered by falling oil prices and worsened by the COVID pandemic has deeply affected the everyday lives of Angolans.
The loss of a two-thirds majority in parliament would be seen as a significant defeat for the MPLA.
Angola’s 2022 election is the first in which citizens born after the war are old enough to vote.
Despite international and national responses to the drought, the situation is dire. The government’s response is a lesson in how not to deal with drought.
Removing red tape for new renewable energy projects will see additional energy coming online quite quickly.
The chances of surviving Marburg are improved if there’s early supportive care with rehydration and symptomatic treatment.
Thousands of plant species are used in African traditional medicine. Extracts from some of these plants are part of important pharmaceutical drugs.
A return to debt sustainability will create room for African policy makers to stave off risks to the post-pandemic recovery.
Museums allow us to delve deep into the past with eye-catching displays of artefacts, ancient textiles, high-quality images and short films that narrate how our ancestors lived.
Africa can make important contributions to the issues on the agenda: defending against authoritarianism; fighting corruption; and respect for human rights.
The countries share related populations, economies, ecologies and epidemiologies. This interconnectedness highlights challenges and opportunities for more effective malaria control across the region.
Natural resource abundance in a country should not translate into a curse.
The optimism Angolan president João Lourenço’s election generated four years ago has dwindled as electoral promise after another have failed to materialise.
In the aftermath of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, Russia looks like an increasingly desirable international partner across much of the globe.
The Angolan political elite lost an extraordinary opportunity to improve significantly the country’s constitution.
For the Deep Blue Project to work the government must address the factors that enable piracy and insecurity in the Gulf of Guinea.