Uganda reports that Somalia jihadist attack has left 54 peacekeepers dead, a wake up call to the neighbouring countries.
Suspected Islamic State group-affiliated ADF rebels have killed villagers in the East of the DR Congo, the army has reported.
The armed forces in Burkina Faso has disclosed that at least 50 terrorists were killed in northern Burkina Faso.
A Zambian court has released 8 Croatians who were arrested in December 2022 over child trafficking charges.
Zimbabwe parliament has approved a law that promotes patriotism which has been opposed by the opposition side.
Domestic airline Airlink is adding two more routes to its roster of destinations South Africans can fly to in Africa.
The US has announced sanctions on Sudan because it failed the ceasefire that was agreed upon to be exercised in the country.
Senegalese opposition leader Ousmane Sonko is charged with rape and corruption charges and has been sentenced to two years in jail.
Sudan army has changed its mind and abandoned truce talks that were planned to be held regarding a ceasefire in the country.
Senegalese court has sentenced the opposition leader Ousmane Sonko to two years on charge of corruption, rape and death threats.
Leaders from East Africa region have agreed to extend the military mandate to September 2023 to keep peace in DR Congo.
Mauritania has cut internet access following the ongoing violent protests in the country’s capital, Nouakchott.
Kenya celebrates 60 years since its independence; there are different strategies that were applied by the British to colonise the country.
What South Africa’s “Grand Geek” Barry Dwolatzky – engineer and programming pioneer who died in May 2023 did for the world.
Countries in West Africa have showed how working together in unity can create peace and harmony in the continent.
According to the government gazette dated 31st May 2023, Zimbabwe will hold general elections on 23rd August, 2023.
Fifteen members of a Namibian family have died after eating toxic porridge, in one of the country’s worst cases of suspected food poisoning.
Fighting erupts again in Sudan despite the ceasefire agreement between the army and the RSF to extend the truce by 5 days.
Angry miners that were protesting clashed with the soldiers in Ghana’s gold mining town of Obuasi in Ashanti region.
An emotional ceremony was held for the homecoming of the Senegalese colonial-era soldiers, officiated by a former soldier Yoro Diao, 95.
Tigray village has been termed the luckiest one in Ethiopia after surviving the ongoing devastating war in the country.
President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has decided to scrap the long-standing fuel subsidy to address Nigeria’s fiscal challenges.
Kenya Airways has become the first ever African airline to complete a long-haul flight from Africa to Europe using sustainable fuel.
Gunfire still heard in northern Khartoum, Sudan despite the agreement to 5-days extension of the ceasefire that was violated last week.
The International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor Karim Khan calls for a new way to tackle the ongoing deadly conflicts in DRC.