There are a number of challenges that the WHO's new leader, Ethiopia's Tedros Ghebreyesus, will have to navigate during his tenure
Kenya has vowed to clampdown on all Bridge International Academies schools operating 'illegally' - this follows Uganda's closure of 63 of the schools.
Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates sat down to answer questions from African academics about HIV/AIDS.
Uganda's high court on Friday ordered Bridge International Academies (BIA) to close 63 schools in the country for operating without a licence.
What others loved or laughed about Africa in 2015 and you might have missed; Beautiful, funny, strange
From the surprise of mobile banking, oldest human species, great runners hanging up their shoes, to predictions of presidential deaths
Dangote is one of just eleven billionaires on Bloomberg’s Billionaires Index who has made money this week, posting a $79.2 million gain from Thursday.
Afghan residents beg at the side of a road in Herat on January 19, 2015
If an African country is not improving in health, or not producing enough food, its first reaction should not be to seek excuses, or scapegoats.