Measles is just one of the many illnesses that have been reported to be attacking countries in Africa – cases rose by 400%.
Sudan authorities released several civilian leaders and a member of the ruling sovereign council on Wednesday, arrested for military coup
The President of S.Africa dispatched top ministers to the city of Durban and KwaZulu-Natal province following a death of 448 in KZN
The Zanzibar hotel caught some heat for not offering enough support to a woman who was nearly raped during her stay in April 2021
Zainab Oladehinde had booked into the Warere Hotel in Zanzibar for her birthday in April, little did she know what was in store for her
The United nations has called for Polygamy in Congo to be banned on the grounds of elimination of discrimination against women.
Five SA airports were ranked amongst the top 10 best in Africa with Cape Town International leading the way.
Rare interviews with captured members of a jihadist group terrorising northern Mozambique point to low morale in their ranks and to an insurgency that is losing steam in the face of Rwandan forces.
Moroccans were preparing Monday to bury Rayan, a five-year-old boy who spent five days trapped down a well, sparking a vast rescue operation that gripped the world but ended in tragedy.
“I don’t sing to avenge my family, but because other innocent people who know nothing about politics continue to die,” says imprisoned Congolese rapper Idengo.
Three crew members on board a Nigerian oil vessel that exploded and sank last week have been found alive while seven were still missing, the ship operator said.
The dismembered remains of a four-year-old albino boy were found Tuesday in Burundi a few days after he went missing, a local albino association and a government official said.
The African Union said Monday it had suspended Burkina Faso in response to the January 24 coup that ousted President Roch Marc Christian Kabore.
The leaders of Mozambique and Tanzania met Friday to discuss the Islamist insurgency that Maputo has called in regional forces to help suppress.
The death toll from a storm that struck three southern African countries rose to 77 on Thursday as emergency teams battled to repair damaged infrastructure and help tens of thousands of victims.
Sudan on Tuesday released nine medics from Doctors Without Borders, the aid group said, a day after they were arrested during a broadening crackdown on anti-coup protests.
The NICD has warned that a resurgence of malaria in recent months poses a significant risk to ‘billions of people’.
Trucks bearing badly-needed food aid were stuck at a checkpoint outside Ethiopia’s war-hit Tigray region for a second day Tuesday, aid workers said, as the government and rebels blamed each other for stalling the deliveries.
Eight people were killed and about 50 injured in a crush outside a Cameroonian football stadium Monday ahead of an Africa Cup of Nations match.
Mutinous troops in restive Burkina Faso arrested President Roch Marc Christian Kabore on Monday and detained him in army barracks a day after staging an uprising, security sources told AFP.