A year of drought has pushed 10.2 million Ethiopians into dire conditions needing food aid to survive, according to the United Nations
River-fed farmlands have become parched playgrounds for children to kick footballs on, and people are "walking inside the river"
“The economy will continue to register growth, [but] not a double-digit fast economic growth”
Where are the new roads being built in Africa taking the people, and what do the residents in the mushrooming apartments in the cities dream of?
Nearly 40% of the population is in need of assistance. Some rural families are abandoning the land and fleeing to the towns
Formerly known as the breadbasket of Africa, Zimbabwe has become a basket case, suffering perennial shortages and relying on importing grain
Angry weather: South Africa burns, as desert winds threatens world’s largest cocoa farms in West Africa
400,000 children are at risk of severe acute malnutrition in 2016, with worst drought in Ethiopia for 50 years happening right now.
Bad land laws, rules on water, and need to keep cities happy and fat while hurting the farming countryside, have led nations down a dangerous road.