Found in a UN report, Mali’s military junta likely executed more than 500 people in a 2022 operation, US points blame at Russian mercenaries.
The armed conflict between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces has reached a critical point.
Refugee policy in east Africa is often shaped by foreign policy interests, rather than solely by humanitarian concerns.
Six lions were killed on Saturday by Kenyan herders after the pride attacked 11 goats and a dog the previous night.
Dubbed the ‘Shakahola Forest Massacre’, Kenyan investigators unearthed 29 more bodies bringing the number of victims linked to a cult to 179.
The latest World Press Freedom Index has been released, assessing the environment for journalism in different regions around the world.
The study focused on the EECOWAS, which established the world’s first small arms and light weapons moratorium in 1998.
Sudan stands on the brink of yet another civil war, and the ongoing conflict has created a widespread humanitarian crisis.
A recent study has shed light on the role that families play in paying ransom for kidnapping victims in Nigeria.
More than a hundred people, including children, have been confirmed dead in Kenya’s worst cult mass suicide.
The creation of six new administrative regions in Ghana between 2017 and 2019 was expected to be a straightforward process.
Universities had to deal with many anxieties and uncertainties during the early days of the COVID pandemic.
The discovery of a mass grave linked to a Pentecostal church in the coastal town of Malindi has left Kenya reeling.
Sudan’s bumpy transition to democracy has come to a complete halt as the country faces the worst conflict in its history.
The recent despair over Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill has shone a new light on the continent’s overall attitude towards LGBTQI+ rights.
Nigeria’s incoming President is expected to end the country’s fuel subsidy, despite concerns over the hardship it may cause.
The annual Hↄmↄwↄ festival in Accra, Ghana is a time for communal reflection, renewal, and a return to traditional Ga culture.
Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame re-elected as chairman of ruling party with 99.9% of votes in landslide victory.
Sudan’s history has been entangled with military force and state power, with armed groups now vying for control of the state.
Nigeria has experienced a surge in the use of digital financial services due to a botched banknote changeover and subsequent currency crisis.
Children’s work in African agriculture is a complex issue that cannot be reduced to a simple dichotomy of harmful versus harmless.
Storm Mountain Diamonds in Lesotho has confirmed the discovery of a rare 108.39-carat pink rough diamond a type IIa (2a) stone.
The history of slavery in Africa and its connection to marriage and patriarchal societies is explored in a recent research paper.
Bed bugs have hit Zimbabwe’s biggest tourist city, Victoria Falls. The bugs have invaded most of the residential areas in the area.
Kenyan authorities arrested another pastor over the suspected deaths at his church as police widen an investigation linked to a cult leader.