The death of Al-Shabaab’s leader triggered deadlier suicide bombings as the group desperately tried to demonstrate its resilience.
The government was initially praised for its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic but powerful interests could now be pushing its containment plans off course
Social media has proved to be a helpful source of observations of snakes feeding. Knowing more about their diet is useful because it's linked to their venom biochemistry.
Mentoring can help build the confidence of young scholars in Sub-Saharan Africa, reducing the likelihood of brain drain.
The Algerian regime has long understood how to mobilise the national football team's victories for a political agenda.
More than 20 years after the shift from unilateralism to multilateralism, it is reasonable to wonder how multilateral France’s ‘new interventionism’ really is.
The governments of several African countries have been reporting counts of confirmed cases, recoveries and deaths related to COVID-19, without a breakdown by age and sex.
We highlight the distressing rise in the prices of essential food products. We call for the urgent expansion of price controls, as well as an inquiry into the price-setting of major retailers.
A South African study explored how psychology students benefited from an alternative approach to teaching and learning.
The food industry's tactics are designed to reduce the likelihood of the government adopting global recommendations to tackle obesity.
Apps like WhatsApp have connected more voices to participate in live talk radio - but this comes with new challenges.
When we use 'race' we need to be very specific about what we mean. Race is not biology, nor is it class.
Despite previous threats by Egypt of military action, a war of over the Nile waters is not a serious possibility.
An historical perspective on the politics, dominance and conflicts over the dams on the Nile is useful.