Doctors in Nigeria have recently ended a strike. But what are the key issues that inform the regularity of work boycotts in the country’s public healthcare sector, causing many to leave?
Highlighting the cost of invalidating the 8 August presidential election, Kenya’s deputy president quantified losses by a spooked stock market at KSh100 billion. Do his numbers add up?
To attract investors, Nigeria’s Kaduna state wants to repair aircraft. But would its planned facility be only the fourth on the continent, as the state’s governor’s account tweeted?
Kenya’s opposition is whipping up public sentiment against tetanus vaccination. What’s in it for them?
Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba is a year into his job and trying to make good on election promises to clean up the inner city. Yet different sources of data contradicts his claim about the share of undocumented foreigners living there.
“45% of Nigerian women married before age 18” read the headline of a prominent Nigeria-focused publication. Is there data to back up this figure?
September is Heart Awareness Month in South Africa, aiming to focus attention on cardiovascular disease. But could it be South Africa’s leading cause of death?
Black participation in the Johannesburg Stock Exchange continues to be the topic of heated debate in South Africa. This guide explains the different estimates and the methodologies used to arrive at them.