Kingmaker and presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress in Nigeria Bola Tinubu wants to be king.
Nigeria is set to hold its presidential elections on the 25th of February, and 18 political parties will contest.
Tanzania’s government gave its approval on Tuesday for the construction of a $3.5 billion crude oil pipeline despite human rights and environmental concerns.
Nigeria’s inland waters and coastal environment are bad, and the upcoming president have a commitment to protect it.
A Pastor was found in a critical condition and later died after he tried to imitate Jesus Christ by fasting 40 days and 40 nights.
A son of Zimbabwe’s former President Robert Mugabe has been arrested over allegations he damaged property at a Harare party.
Mauritius was battening down the hatches as cyclone Freddy moved closer, with flights cancelled and normal life at a standstill
Like millions of fellow Nigerians, Rotimi Bankole says he wants to use Saturday’s presidential elections to push for a better life.
Four key issues why Tanzania is calling for constitutional reform, the country’s president had recently announced the unban of rallies.
ANC welcomed the ousting of the Israeli diplomat from the African Union (AU) summit in Addis Ababa on Saturday, 18 February.
SA National Defence Force member Sergeant Vusumuzi Joseph Mabena, 37, who was shot while on duty in DRC remembered.
The cash scarcity has triggered protests in major cities including Lagos as angry customers attacked banks and barricaded roads in unrest
Nigeria is heading to 2023 Presidential election, security and logistics are major challenges for the country.
Over the past two decades The African Union has developed meaningful policies on peace and security and trade
Nigeria’s 2023 elections are looming, and the country faces great six dangers of mixing politics and religion.
A Nigerian Pastor was arrested after he wielded an AK47 at the altar during a service on Sunday, 12 February.
Zimbabwe’s finance minister Mthuli Ncube promised financing of infrastructure projects, education, health, and value chains.
Al-Shabaab attacks in Somalia affected citizens lives, food prices were increased as food transportation network was hit.
African skyscrapers are dotted around the continent but two countries have by far the most of them. Any guesses as to who they are?
A Ugandan court gave bail to two opposition lawmakers who had been in jail for nearly 18 months after being charged over a wave of grisly murders.
25th Nigerian presidential election is looming; the country’s young people want the government to address several issues.
Essential daily travel taxis in Dakar are illegal, Senegal is attempting to better its transport system to meet growing travel demand.
Investors are eagerly awaiting the 2023 South Sudan oil and power conference to see what sort of incentives are on offer.
Tanzania’s National Examination Council did not provide school rankings for 2022 and parents often use them to determine school choices.
Guinea worms are parasitic nematodes that infect humans and animals, and the country is at the edge of eradicating the disease.