Tanzania is planning to build a hydropower dam on a UNESCO World Heritage Site, raising concerns over the potential impact on local wildlife.
Farmers in Kenya say they’re pessimistic about the country’s maize shortage ending anytime soon, two months ahead of the next harvest.
A new law in Kenya that forces property developers to install solar panels on certain buildings has taken effect.
The East African Community (EAC) says rapid population growth is putting the region’s economies and environments under pressure.
Uganda has confirmed a plague of fall armyworm caterpillars has infested 20 districts, putting a million tonnes of maize at risk if the infestation isn’t controlled urgently.
At least six people have been killed during torrential rains that caused floods, landslides and widespread damage in Burundi’s capital city.
Dozens of people have been killed during violent clashes between rival farming tribes in drought-stricken parts of Kenya.
At least 60 people have been killed and dozens more injured in a landslide at Ethiopia’s largest rubbish dump.
The executive director of German NGO, Menschen für Menschen (People for People), warns that Ethiopia risks enduring another famine in the near future.
Somalia’s president has declared a national disaster in the country as it continues to grapple with a prolonged drought.