Can leaders balance Africa’s potential as a global green giant with its significant dependency on fossil fuels?
Moving communities at risk is better than dealing with emergencies, but relocations have a fraught political history in Africa.
The region desperately needs climate adaptation funds but loses out to countries with strong institutional capacity and competitive markets.
The region’s securocrats are no doubt unsettled by Hichilema’s decisive action to replace the country’s entire security leadership.
The election result was less about Hichilema’s popularity and more an expression of frustration with Lungu’s economic management.
Food security levels are no longer improving globally, and the trend for Africa is especially worrying.
As Tunisia’s political crisis shows, removing dictators is one step on the long road to economic and political stability.
Fomenting violence online is illegal in SA – social media use during the latest violence makes digital literacy a priority.
As Nigeria’s Twitter ban shows, online platforms are the new battleground between governments and their critics.