Zambia will start electricity-supply restrictions immediately after one of the worst droughts on record caused plunging water levels at the hydropower dams it relies on for almost all its supplies,
Lesotho needs 203.73 million maloti ($14 million) for food aid for almost half a million people.
A black beetle the size of a sesame seed is killing South Africa’s trees, and no one knows how to stop it.
When the Jordanian army went shopping for land in northern Sudan in late 1999, its scouts came across what appeared to be a food-growing paradise.
Top Asian finance ministers and central bankers are due to have a summit in northern Thailand this week, and they’ll need pollution masks if they want to avoid breathing toxic air.
Mozambique has confirmed 139 cases of cholera in the wake of a tropical cyclone that hit the southern African nation and killed more than 460 people.
The World Bank will more than double its commitment to climate adaptation and mitigation in Africa over the next five years to $22.5 billion.
Blood and medicine-filled drones swoop over Lake Victoria, bringing vital care to some of Tanzania’s most remote places.
At least two Kenyan cabinet secretaries are facing arrest for their alleged role in two dam projects through which public funds were misappropriated, the Star reported, citing people it didn’t iden
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