Kenya has vowed to clampdown on all Bridge International Academies schools operating 'illegally' - this follows Uganda's closure of 63 of the schools.
Governments need to develop health equity surveillance systems to overcome the current lack of data.
Social capital needs to be fostered so that communities are able to build from within.
Kenyan students have learned that arson works as a tactic to express dissatisfaction and opposition.
In patron states, the same US-sponsored resources used to combat terrorism have also been employed against its detractors.
The issues raised by African states warrant an ICC review conference.
Understanding where Africa’s next major modern disease crisis will emerge is critical to monitoring and control.
Scientists do science to improve society. Africa’s challenges are a golden opportunity to demonstrate its value.
What strategies can be implemented to counter hate speech in Kenya ahead of the general elections next year?
President John Pombe Magufuli's maiden visit to Kenya should end the grandstanding between the two countries, writes Sekou Toure Otondi.
According to FP2020, more than 225 million women and girls in developing countries cannot get reliable access to contraception.
As of October, 873 people in East Africa’s biggest economy were facing corruption charges in court, including five former ministers and two senators.
The pilots' union has called for an indefinite strike in protest of "poor management". The airline says the threatened action has already cost it.
Solar systems in Africa can now provide electricity for many households for as little as $56 a year.
Growers are switching to smart seeds to boost maize and bean production in semiarid regions.
Despite some criticism, the screening of 50-odd judges and nearly 300 magistrates was a remarkable achievement.
The country’s deputy president recently claimed so but the available data show it is unlikely to be correct.
African innovation: Digital matutus collect data from cellphones to help Nairobi crack commuter stress
Good information about transport is critical for citizens in any place. It is unacceptable that this is ignored in many places in Africa.
Free trade in medicines, combined with tax and import regimes that favour importers, has hit local pharmaceutical companies in Tanzania and Kenya.