Authorities in Ngorongoro Conservation Area are fighting the spread of an invasive elephant grass now spreading to occupy the highlands of the wildlife-rich park.
Zanzibar's anti-malaria campaign is paying off, with research showing a drop in transmission of about 94 per cent.
A study on the impact of Uganda’s unconditional cash transfers to the elderly has found that the monthly social protection programme has reduced poverty among benefiting households.
Kenyan and Tanzania are beneficiaries of a $2 million grant meant to improve law enforcement and strengthen co-operation between key ports in Africa and Asia to foil illegal wildlife trafficking.
Uganda has started recruiting women for trials of a long-lasting injectable antiretroviral drug for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis.
Tanzania and Burundi are among the top four countries in Africa in consumption of antibiotics, new data published by the World Health Organisation shows.
A global index has singled out Kenya as one of the countries whose food security is undermined by various forms of corruption, underlining the impact graft has had on taxpayers' lives even as the g
Uganda has commissioned a solar plant in its central region, that is expected to add 20MW to the national grid by November.
Rwanda, Ethiopia and Ghana are emerging as African models for pairing political will with government action to transform smallholder farms into businesses.
Rwandan miners have protested a new law that bans artisanal mining, saying it could frustrate investment and push out most of them.
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