Despite an increase in the number of people at risk for malaria, mortality rates have dropped dramatically since 2000 through the use of a handful of tools that global health advocates hope to supplement with a vaccine that will put the wor
Speaking from experience, an individual in Kenya describes the life-changing burden of being called a witness for the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.
She is nervous. Obviously.
A 300,000-carat stockpile of Zimbabwe’s diamonds said to have been auctioned in Belgium on Wednesday, as the local market faces a serious crisis.
By Alex Bell, as published by our partner SW Radio Africa
Previously displaced by war and conflict, Chol Ramadan Seek, together with tens of thousands of Sudanese, returned to Abyei for a referendum that would decide if the contested border region should stay with Khartoum or join the no
The world was treated to a display at the official memorial service for Nelson Mandela of how South Africa was freed from apartheid and became a democracy: a feisty, even bloody-minded citizenry determined to have its say, backed by massive
New research suggests that some AIDS patients are developing drug intolerance and severe side effects and will now have to switch to new, more expensive antiretroviral regimens.
By Ignatius Banda, Cape Town