Africa's prosperity lies in natural resources- Prof. Osibanjo 

Africa has the potential to resolve developmental challenges through renewable energy by pursuing a pathway of climate-positive growth.

The former Nigerian Vice President, Professor Yemi Osibanjo, states that Africa's low carbon footprint can be an advantage in developing green fuel and clean energy.

Africa has 60% of the world's renewable energy potential.

By pursuing an industrialization pathway focusing on renewable energy, Africa could become the first green civilization hub in the world.

Journalists in some parts of Africa work under difficult conditions

Between January 2019 and June 2022, UNESCO documented 759 individual attacks on journalists, including five murders, during 89 elections in 70 countries.

Many journalists in some parts of Africa often work under extremely challenging conditions, and as the world marks the UN Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity, nbc News takes a look at the situation in some parts of West Africa.

Amani Africa and Namibian Government Host Reform Meeting on Multilateral System

The think-tank Amani Africa, together with the Namibian Government, have initiated a two-day high-level meeting on Africa for the reform of the multilateral system in the changing global order.

This consultation meeting will reflect on a number of strategic-level matters in relation to the reform of the multilateral systems in Africa.

US-Africa Business Summit to shed light on value addition to Africa's natural resources

The annual US-Africa Business Summit hopes to put a spotlight on value addition to Africa's natural resources.

The summit is expected to start on Tuesday in Botswana for four days under the theme 'Enhancing Africa's Value in Global Value Chains'.

More than a thousand U.S. and African private sector executives, international investors, senior government officials, and multilateral stakeholders are expected to converge in Gaborone for the summit.