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It’s Time For Africa To Tell A New Story

Throughout time, storytelling has largely influenced how people behave and perceive each other across the world. It is this single factor instilled in individuals...

How the Weather is Yielding Resilience for Zambia’s Smallholder Farmers

Just having better information about when and for how long it will rain is proving the difference between success and failure among Zambia's smallholder...

Depression in Africa: Causes and How Africa Can Conquer Depression

Africa is famous for its beauty, rich cultural diversity and enchanting landscapes. Unfortunately, depression is bedeviling the continent with statistics showing an increased number...

Which Way Now for Zimbabwe as Constitutional Court Receives Petition Against...

Many in Zimbabwe are questioning whether the country can break with its horrid past or embrace a new future after a watershed election that...

The 10 Healthiest Cities in Africa

Africa is known for her extreme poverty and malnutrition. However, when you flip the coin and look at the continent’s obesity index, you are...

Trevor Noah Is Right- People Can Be Both French and African

The afterglow of France winning the 2018 World Cup tournament on July 15 should be gone by now. But the arguments over France’s 23-man...

Zimbabwe Elections: What Happened to Mugabe’s Land Reforms?

Zimbabweans will vote 30th July, in the country’s first presidential election since Robert Mugabe stepped down after more than 30 years in office. In the...

How Africa Can Embrace an AI-enabled Future

By: Zoaib Hoosen, Microsoft Managing Director. It’s no longer news that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be a driving force behind the Fourth Industrial Revolution, with the global economic returns of...

Ethiopia to Return Land in Bid for Peace with Eritrea

The utterly inconsequential-looking Ethiopian border town of Badme is where war broke out in 1998 between Ethiopia and Eritrea, lasting two years and devastating...

Experts Decry Exclusion of Africa’s Local Farmers in Food Security Efforts

Joshua Kiragu reminisces of years gone by when just one of his two hectares of land produced at least 40 bags of maize. But...

West Africa Moves Ahead with Renewable Energy Despite Unpredictable Challenges

The West African nation of Guinea may be a signatory of the Paris Agreement, a global undertaking by countries around the world to reduce...

Africa’s Worst World Cup Since 1982

Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia - Senegal's elimination on fair play rules not only made World Cup history, it is also the first time since 1982 an African team failed to reach...
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