Heavy rains and landslides over the past month have coincided with massive swarms of locusts and coronavirus
How people now choose to behave, make collective decisions and build solidarity around the health of oceans has an impact not just on our own species but on all life on earth.
World’s largest artificial lake drops by six metres in three years after lengthy drought.
About 8.3 million people living in Kenya’s rural areas farm to feed themselves.
Kenya has banned the commercial slaughter of donkeys.
There are fears that the locusts - already in the hundreds of billions - will multiply further.
Harvests have been smaller and poorer in quality because of prolonged heavy rains.
Some scientists hope genomic technologies will lead to improved antivenom.
The rhinos were being captured and would be moved from Victoria Falls later this week or early next.
Moving 200 elephants over a distance of 1,500 km (932 miles) is an ambitious task.
Up to half of all alcoholic drinks consumed in Africa and Latin America are illicit, often with fatal consequences.
Following this, they will lead the operation to clean up the Michuki Park next to the Globe Roundabout off Kijabe Street.
The US government has expressed its commitment to pursue partnership with African nations in the fight against stopping the spread of fall armyworm.
The Nairobi Water and Sewerage Company, says water rationing in Nairobi County is expected to persist until the year 2026.
"The department is authorised to destroy, bury or burn livestock that would have been moved without a permit and not offer any compensation," FMD director Dr Josphat Nyika said.
"Day Zero", the day when the taps will be switched off is currently set for 12 April. On this day water will be cut to most parts of Cape Town.