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If your heart is set on a trip to the world's best diving spots or remote islands, now is the time to start booking.
Locust swarms devour fields of crops in a single day that would feed 35,000 people — and COVID-19 threatens to make the pest problem even worse
Regions of Africa, Asia, and the Arabian Peninsula threatened by locust swarms could see food insecurity worsen as COVID-19 makes pest control harder.
Look inside the luxury hotel built out of 1950s train cars that will sit atop a historic bridge in the heart of South Africa’s biggest national ...
The first-of-its-kind Kruger Shalati hotel, suspended 50 feet above Kruger National Park, pays homage to the reserve's early visitors.
A tech company engineered drones to deliver vital COVID-19 medical supplies to rural Ghana and Rwanda in minutes
Zipline drones deliver packages of medical supplies straight to doctors in minutes without any direct human interaction.
Thus far there have been a total 51,000 reported cases of COVID-19 in African countries, and 2,000 deaths.
WHO raises concerns about coronavirus myths in Africa as 3 countries announce plans to import an unproven herbal tonic
Tanzania, the Republic of the Congo, and Guinea-Bissau are looking to import "Covid Organics," an unproven tonic produced from the artemisia plant.
South African Airways’ future is in jeopardy as its government cuts funding. Here’s a look back at the 86-year-old national airline.
The airline has served South Africa since before the country became truly independent from the UK and has a history largely molded by its country's laws.
3 tons of food were burned in Zimbabwe by police trying to enforce social distancing. Efforts to stop the spread of the coronavirus could create a foo...
"For many poor countries, the economic consequences will be more devastating than the disease itself," the World Food Program told the AP.
2 top French doctors said on live TV that coronavirus vaccines should be tested on poor Africans, leaving viewers horrified
Jean-Paul Mira and Camille Locht carried out the discussion on live French TV, leaving viewers including top African soccer players furious.
Over the past few weeks and months, the number of global COVID-19 cases and deaths has escalated dramatically.