Afrofusion is a music style that existed even before Burna Boy was born.
If Russia keeps its word, the benefits will be immediate. Grain prices could soften as more grain supplies become available to the world market.
Just over 100 years ago, Maasai in Kenya were moved into reserves, where they could be more easily taxed and controlled, to make way for white settlement.
The chances of surviving Marburg are improved if there’s early supportive care with rehydration and symptomatic treatment.
Our research found that Kenyan students dislike ethnic-based politics in principle, but feel the pressures of tribalism.
There are opportunities for intervention in the education system to address gaps in psycho-social provision and support.
The Vaal River, which serves more than 11 million people, is considerably polluted with microplastics.
Five essential reads on Russia’s relationship with Africa.
Mbeki has successfully transitioned from being an old horse of South Africa’s governing ANC to a highly venerated and in-demand African elder statesman.
Dos Santos was a withdrawn president. His silence produced an aura of power and the cult of personality that surrounded him.
Vote buying compromises the quality of public leadership in Nigeria.
Warm-bloodedness is the key to what makes mammals what they are today. That’s why working out when it emerged in mammal ancestors matters.
The Ajaokuta steel plant stands unused after 40 years of construction and US$8 billion in investment.
Ethiopia’s largest region is pushing for self-determination – it hasn’t gone down well with Abiy Ahmed’s vision of a centralised state.
Dos Santos died as he had lived and governed: in silence. His silence, and what he accomplished with it, is his most enduring legacy.
The Caf African Player of the Year is named on 21 July – but it’s only one of eight trophies being handed out.
There is no such thing as ‘private’ religion. Beliefs have public implications. Yet, they cannot go unchecked when they cause harm.
Fanon left a remarkable imprint, his views influencing many in the field of mental illness as well as pan-Africanist and anti-colonialism thinkers.
The Wafcon final on Saturday is proof of the development of the women’s game on the continent - and of mining star players abroad.
A confluence of many factors – from Russia’s war to drought to local corruption and lack of productivity – has inflated prices.