More than 1.4-million people in Angola, including many children, have been affected by a "chronic drought" that has increased the risk of disease, a UN report said on Wednesday, 17 May
Entries close on 18 April for the Singularity University, Global Impact Challenge. This challenge is an open call to innovators, entrepreneurs, scientists, and technologists to foster moonshot innovations and startups that positively impact the lives of people living in southern Africa
Mann Made Media 12 Apr 2017
Addressing the taboo topic of menstruation in Zimbabwe, Jenman African Safaris' Grow Africa Foundation has partnered with Subz Pads in Project Penya
Safari Par Excellence and Zambezi Elephant Trails have decided to phase out elephant back safaris
Almost 40 years after its independence, land reform remains at the heart of Zimbabwe's political and economic challenges
Beverly L. Peters 13 Dec 2016
Nationwide survey of soil conditions is leading to more effective use of fertilisers and could boost food security
Pius Sawa 30 Sep 2016
Wildlife authorities in Zimbabwe have begun dehorning the country's 700 adult rhinos to curb rampant poaching, a conservation group said on Tuesday, 30 August
You can't turn on a screen in 2016 without seeing an example of branded content or native advertising flit across your eyes
Two years ago the World Health Organisation (WHO) identified air pollution as the world's worst environmental health risk
SANParks is refuting several reports that suggest that the part of the fence that was dropped between the Kruger National Park and Limpopo National Park is to blame for
Zimbabwe on Tuesday appealed to local businesses and charities for $1.5bn (€1.4bn) aid to save more than a quarter of the population from starvation due to drought
The Women in News (WiN) initiative, an editorial leadership programme for African women working in media, launched its sixth year in 2016
TOKYO, JAPAN: Japan has pledged at least US$10bn in aid to Africa for the next five years as Tokyo prepares to host a major development conference for the resource-rich continent.
Global legal practice Norton Rose has advised South African insurers expanding into other African countries to look beyond the sector-specific regulatory requirements in the jurisdictions they are entering as failure to do so could undermine their investments.
Phakamisa Ndzamela 20 Mar 2013
Although Africa made huge strides in increasing human development in the past decade, gains could - with hundreds of millions of people being pushed into extreme poverty - easily be reversed should "significant progress" not be made in halting global warming.
Schalk Mouton 20 Mar 2013