Africa has the world’s largest population of HIV/AIDS patients. A new initiative has been taken, by the United Nations, to increase the availability of affordable medicine, across 92 African countries.
Senegalese reveal why Africans are so passionate about European football and how global champions league is incorporated in their local games.
Keeping medical data electronically is ideal. It saves time and can be used more efficiently.
Rwanda's horrific genocide and the lack of media coverage that surrounded it are discussed with Alfredo Jaar in an interview. Alfredo Jaar is a Chilean-born artist, architect, and filmmaker.
The new data set can transform and revolutionize climate adaptation by activating strategies like food aid and insurance more effectively.
Africa's claim to be the "mobile continent" is even stronger than previously thought. How to sustain this digital transformation?
What is the reason behind the African currency turmoil, the plunge of Nigeria's naira and the US dollar risk?
A never seen before social and environmental innovation has occurred, stemming from the African valleys.
Africa's tumultuous history has been succeeded by a turbulent present. The writer takes a look at the sorry state of affairs in the region.
The author highlights the new influence of China on Africa and questions its positive and negative repercussions for Africa.
The author explains the rationale behind the formation of New Development Bank by the BRICS nations and its policies.