It is early evening in Ndabibi village in Naivasha, and there are threatening clouds overhead.
Hunger in the Democratic Republic of Congo has soared in the last year, leaving 7.7 million people in urgent need of food aid and pushing the country closer to famine than it has been in a decade,
Zambian President Edgar Lungu on Tuesday announced the legalisation of HIV testing and treatment in all hospitals without informed consent of patients.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has updated its data on global deaths with Africa experiencing a decrease in the recurrent leading causes of death including HIV/AIDS and malaria.
Cape Town - A ten-year-old girl has died and three family members infected by the highly contagious bacterial disease diphtheria, the Western Cape Health department said on Monday.
Rwandan-based energy company, Ignite Power, is confident to have been able to change the energy paradigm in Africa as it is offering a price plan for home solar products.
Mauritius' leading leisure destination group, LUX Resorts & Hotels, has implemented 130 solar panels and batteries to fully substitute diesel-based power generation for the needs of its Ile des
On Friday, Cape Town executive mayor, Patricia de Lille, officially switched on electricity for around 800 households in the Klipheuwel community.
Indonesian authorities have revoked or not renewed more than 2,100 mining licenses that fail to meet legal standards.
Land rights activist Bill Kayong was shot dead last year in Miri, Sarawak. Representatives of a palm oil plantation company were charged with his murder, but were later acquitted.
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