Senegal is facing serious threats to its fishing and agriculture sectors due to the malign effects of climate change. But the country is fighting back.
Widespread financial inclusion is vital in unlocking the economic potential of a nation’s citizens. Kenya has taken a major lead in this direction.
A dysfunctional education system, a distorted labour market and the legacy of Apartheid contribute to high youth unemployment in South Africa.
reGina Jane Jere speaks to Peter Tabichi, the Kenyan science teacher who won the $1 million Global Teacher Prize 2019.
This month, the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) will hold a conference to explore the myths and realities of bringing AI into education.
Five young people have gone off the beaten path to fight for causes that are frequently marginalised or ignored.