Excess sedimentation, fishing pressure and climate change are the main culprits to blame for Tanganyika’s troubles – but it is also being eyed by oil and gas explorers
Young people in different parts of southern Ethiopia expressed a deep sense of hopelessness and a fear that they would remain trapped in poverty.
Population censuses in Africa tend to be a very political affairs, for good reason. But if you are a decision maker in Africa today you should be worried about your next census (and its results). Here’s why
Creating sufficient stable employment to absorb this growing potential labour force will be the greatest challenge going forward for African governments
In the next 35 years Nigeria will account for almost 10% of all births in the world; at a projected 104 million Uganda will (incredibly) be inching close to Egypt.