An extraordinary vet in Uganda has come up with a scheme that not only helps endangered gorilla populations, but also coffee farmers and local communities.
The two-year closure of schools in Uganda has taken a heavy toll, not only on students but also on the education infrastructure. Can lost time be made up? Epajjar Ojulu reports.
Following a stunning reversal of fortunes for government forces, can we now expect to see concrete moves towards a ceasefire and negotiations in Ethiopia? James Jeffery reports.
Africa cannot sit on its hands and let this great and ancient nation tear itself to pieces while we fiddle with protocols, says New African editor Anver Versi.
The small but dynamic landlocked country of Rwanda is rapidly becoming the go-to model for other African states on how to not only create but …
The Eritrean diaspora contains a number of groups opposed to the dictatorial regime of President Isaias Afwerki but internal differences have prevented any effective action. How can they be brought together?