A ZANU-PF committee voted to remove Mugabe from power and expel his wife from the party.
A disease that killed millions in the 20th century still lingers — and with it the threat of a new epidemic. Why? The answer may have been staring us in the face all along, as Michael Regnier discovered when he traveled to Guinea with scientists searching for the key to a medical mystery.
Though we knew the AI revolution would lead to unemployment in certain sectors, we could not have guessed that "race car driver" would be one of the first professions to get the axe.
In parts of southern Africa, people with albinism are killed or sold by traffickers due to the belief that albinos' body parts are good-luck charms.
Nubian vaults–built from just mud, water, and stones–were a feature of ancient Egypt, but could they be a solution to climate change and the housing crisis in Central Africa.
In Uganda, criticizing the president may not just be illegal. It could also be used as proof of insanity.