Monday, September 15, 2014
Although most residents of Sierra Leone's capital have yet to witness Ebola firsthand, the outbreak has nevertheless affected virtually all aspects of daily life.
The ruling PDP seems to wresting the initiative back from the opposition APC.
As can be seen in the way the UN talks about poverty, its understanding of the problem is profoundly misconceived.
From international to national filmmakers, to individuals with iPhones, Africa in film is inspiring growing audiences.
The little-understood practice of misinvoicing relies on legal grey areas and financial secrecy and costs the continent dearly.
Foreign powers are not just engaged in African land. They are also engaged in African food systems, often in damaging ways.
Evidence suggests Mozambique could be becoming a popular transit point for traffickers.
Will Japan's Toyota Company build a new oil pipeline bypassing Sudan?
A global problem with very local roots
The social upheavals of 1970s Zambia ushered in an flamboyant, fluorescent and funky era of music known as Zamrock.

Interviews

Future Sounds of Mzansi, a new documentary by Spoek Mathambo, traverses the country uncovering countless blossoming electronic music scenes.

Audio

Tune Me What: Thundering Towards Thirty

The iconic Shifty Records returns with a bang.

Audio

Tune Me What: Strangers on a Train

Hate doesn't pay.

Experts Weekly

How can humanitarian agencies ensure that they help the most vulnerable and most in need rather than simply the easiest to reach or those in the least risky environments?
Inside figures allege that the APRM is fraught with corruption and mismanagement, and that its integrity and independence have been undermined.
Egypt's military doesn't only control the political levers of power, but also the economic ones. And its involvement is getting even deeper.
The World Bank's Doing Business rankings reward countries who service the needs of large-scale international business, to the detriment of the majority, and punish those that don't.
There is no such thing as an objective map. This was true of cave paintings, Roman tapestries, and colonialists' charts of Africa. It is also true of Google Maps.
The G8's New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition pushes African countries to change their policies in exchange for aid money. This will help agribusiness but will it help the hungry?
Smallholder tobacco production in Zimbabwe has been a real success, but at what cost to woods and forests?
For the first time in two decades, the divisive figure Kumba Yalá is not watching over Guinea-Bissau's elections. But his legacy of corruption and unrest remains.
At current rates, it will take sub-Saharan Africa 15 years to reach its water goals and 150 years to reach its sanitation targets. A group of experts explain what needs to change.
Divisions within northern Mali's various Tuareg groups have slowed down negotiations with the government and reawakened old regional rivalries.
Africans have to reclaim their forgotten pasts as peoples who refused to hate but stood side-by-side and embraced their differences.
David Van Reybrouck's epic history of the Congo brings to life and honours the heroic lives of ordinary people as well as the extraordinary lives of the country's heroes.