53% of Africans believe that ordinary people can make a difference in fighting corruption in their country
Summit has become a distinguished opportunity for the evaluation of the implementation of decentralisation policies in Africa
It’s good to be king: This African monarch bought his country’s royal jet twice over – although it was a ‘gift’
The M&G Centre for Investigative Journalism (amaBhungane) uncovers a tale of an absolute ruler’s extravagance.
After more than 50 years of providing power for the Southern African Region, the Kariba Dam has seen better days
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Undeterred by discrimination and threats
In Rwanda, seemingly nothing can stop the momentum of the 'More Time' Express.
Africa searches for renewable energy billions—as China does big deal with Zimbabwe for good old coal
Western nations keen on financing clean energy, but as Zimbabwe deal shows, the continent's power needs are too immediate.
Credit and debit card transactions by nationals abroad jumped to $800m last year from $300m in 2012, more than half of the country’s 2014 exports.
In January 2014, the central bank imposed a two-year freeze on bank charges and fees, citing “growing public concern.”
The future of world religion is African, so what would an 'African' Christianity or Islam look like?
Scenarios from the future, including a black pope, married priests, the end of the religious demographic divided, and a return to paganism.
Countries like Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda and South Africa are emerging as frontrunners in the global transition to low carbon energy.
The reality is that the majority of small firms actually do not grow. In fact they fail.
Last bastion of malaria in Africa; chronic carriers who have no symptoms. Here's the new tech that will bust them
Many people who live in malaria-endemic areas — up to 60% of some sample populations — carry the parasite without showing symptoms
Nefertiti played a major political and religious role in the 14th century BC, actively supported her husband Akhenaten -- Tutankhamun's father.
The desert sands are encroaching on the Niger River itself, threatening the survival of more than 100 million people living in its basin.