Signalling the country's introduction as a player in the technological world, Rwanda has introduced the Mara X and Mara Z smartphones.
Aid agency Concern Worldwide has said that progress towards a 2030 zero hunger target was "under threat or is being reversed".
One taxi firm in Nairobi has registered 500 female drivers, up from just 27 when they launched in 2016. So what's behind the rise of Kenya's women cab drivers?
Weekly fencing lessons at Thies prison in Senegal, Africa, are teaching its young offenders about discipline and respect for rules, aiming to smooth their reintegration into society.
Residents in Harare sometimes have to wait four weeks for a rubbish collection. Clean City Africa is looking to address the problem with a mobile-based solution.
The partnership sets a carbon floor price of $10 per certified ton, in a bid to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Farmers are trying everything to rid their land of this invasive prickly cactus, which destroys grass and makes animals sick. However, it can be used to make biogas, juice, wines and oils.
In Ethiopia, almost four in 10 people do not have access to clean water and a child dies every hour of diseases caused by the shortages. Aida Muluneh's series of photos depicts it.
With Africa's population rapidly growing, urbanisation is happening too fast in Nigeria for the government to keep up with housing, business and public service demands.
The U.N. plans to work with Britain's Kew Royal Botanic Gardens to grow forests in 90 cities across 30 countries in Africa and Asia.
Sierra Leone in Africa has introduced new legislation that sets a 15-year minimum sentence for rape, whereas 15 years was previously the maximum sentence for sex crimes.
Investors set a high value on transparency. In Africa, ESG data provides clarity to drive robust decision-making for both foreign and local investors.
Africa must end violence toward women now. It can only do this through systemic change that lifts women up and recognises their equal role in society, writes the World Economic Forum's he...
African governments are investing heavily in job creation and skills-building, with returns coming back in now officials set their gaze on renewable energy to provide electricity to rural...
Lack of food and nutrients during pregnancy and early years of a child's life can lead to stunted growth, which affects 22% of kids globally under the age of five.