We always hear about satellites being launched into space but hardly hear about African satellites.
More women in Nigeria are seeking ways to transform agriculture by making their farms more efficient.
Gambia’s first Community Wildlife Reserve in the village of Gunjur, 35 kilometers from Banjul is facing depletion as its stream has turned red and wildlife found dead.
Officials in South Sudan are undertaking efforts to bring clean drinking water to displaced persons in Aburoc in the Upper Nile Region.
Frustrated over the pace of housing delivery and poor living conditions in informal settlements in South Africa, a group of people from informal settlements in Tshwane municipality in May gathered
The World Health Organisation (WHO) is splashing money on travel far more than it does on three crucial diseases that it continues to fight.
A fourth person has likely died from Ebola in remote northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the World Health Organization said on Sunday, as the overall number of cases rose to 37 from 29.
“Transforming Agriculture for Wealth Creation in Africa” is the theme for the 52nd annual meeting of the African Development Bank meeting in Ahmedabad, India.
The wealth of Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote and four other Nigerians is enough to end poverty in Africa’s most populous nation, according to a research published by the charity group, Oxfam.
A gas explosion in Ghana’s Western Region has left over 100 people hospitalized.
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