African women have been called “a powerful untapped economic force” and will be absolutely integral in addressing the development challenges Africa faces.
Scientists have used ground-penetrating laser technology to find a long-buried South African city just outside of Johannesburg.
At least half of the world's fastest-growing economies are in Africa, and there's no sign it's slowing down.
From economic growth to technological innovation, Africa could experience a year of opportunity.
And the foundation behind it wants to spread it to other African countries.
An international collaboration of scientists and conservationists is looking for ways to prevent the extinction of the species using in vitro fertilization.
For Africa to realize its full economic and social potential, the continent will require robust power infrastructure to deliver affordable, clean energy to all of its citizens
If African leaders truly want the continent to benefit from the digital age, they need to address cybercrime.
Africa currently has the lowest intraregional trade in the world – a single market would boost GDP by billions and put millions on the path to prosperity.
Without suitable water infrastructure, some communities are working together to secure provide safe drinking water.
As Africa's social media users increase, there is one platform that is clearly the most popular.
For millions of Africans travelling across borders in their own continent is expensive and time-consuming. The barriers are also holding up economic development
A look at forecasts for African economies this year, and some potential issues on the horizon.
World Bank statistics put intra-African trade at just 11% of the continent’s total trade between 2007 and 2011.
From Rwanda's drones to Ghana's community centres, developing countries have a powerful opportunity to lead in the age of personalized, tech-driven care.