With more than 1,800 people dying from Ebola, this is how West Africa reacted to the epidemic.
Egypt's planned new capital will host Africa's first vertical forest, helping to tackle pollution and urban sprawl.
The year-long Congo outbreak has killed at least 1,800 people, but two experimental drugs have shown survival rates of up to 90%.
Building an artificial intelligence-led business in Africa comes with a unique set of challenges not experienced by entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley
With elections taking place in more than 20 African countries in 2019, the world’s youngest continent is facing a new era.
African farmers lose around 49% of all yearly crop yield to pests and disease. This startup is using artificial intelligence to fight back.
From Afrobeats to oil, here’s what you need to know about Nigeria today.
The affordable machine helps farmers stop harvests spoiling and burns green briquettes, not charcoal, for heat. Food waste is a big challenge in Africa, with about half of crops lost due ...
Integrated economies, powered by innovative and high-growth businesses and strong private investment, are the key to a prosperous future for Africa. Initiatives like the recently launched...
Services like Uber and Lyft have revolutionized transportation, but in the developing world's highly congested cities they are only adding to the problem. Could a transportation system ba...
The African country ranks just behind the United States for quantity of waste dumped in the sea, according to one study - but now it's fighting back against pollution.
Botswana is leading the way in southern Africa, after recognizing the rights and dignity of LGBTQ people.
The mass planting is part of a drive to boost tree cover in a country hit by decades of deforestation.
Young Eritreans are risking death by seeking asylum in Europe. The UN refugee agency calculates that by the end of 2018 there were over 500,000 Eritrean refugees worldwide, equating to ro...
A new survey of Africans’ views on corruption has found not only do they think it’s getting worse, but a quarter have had to pay bribes.