Tag: Africa

African countries lose almost USD 5 Billion yearly due to poor...

Almost USD 5 billion is lost yearly due to unimproved sanitation across 18 African countries. This is according to the new research...

Meet The Regional Winners Of Global Green Business Ideas Competition in...

The African regional finals of the leading Climate Launchpad (CLP) competition took place this afternoon hosted virtually by the Kenya Climate Innovation Center...

Africa’s Six Most Popular Universities Based in South Africa

Seven out of 10 most popular universities in Africa are based in South Africa, led by the University of Pretoria.

Revealed: 70pc Of Sub-Saharan African Countries Apply For World Bank Loans...

At least 70 percent of sub-Saharan African economies have approached the World Bank for loans to finance their budget shortfalls as the...

Some Progress, But Africans Still Live With All Forms of Malnutrition...

There are 37 countries worldwide that are fighting all three forms of malnutrition - and 27 of them are in Africa.

Meeting Africa’s Liquidity Needs While Protecting Market Access

Addis Ababa — Statement co-signed by the ministers of finance and / or ministers of development of the following countries: Angola, Cameroun, Djibouti,...

Coronavirus: Unpacking the theories behind Africa’s low infection rate

Two months after the first coronavirus cases burst onto the scene in Africa, the disease seems to be spreading more slowly on...

Africa’s smallholder farmers need support to build resiliency and sustainability

The world is at a standstill due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the smallholder farmers who feed millions of Africans are not...

Global Green Energy Investments Hit $3 Trillion

The world has shelled out $3 trillion towards developing renewable energy projects over the past 10 years. In return,...

Debunking 9 Popular Myths Doing the Rounds in Africa About the...

In the second week of March the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic. By mid-March the disease had spread rapidly...