Another horrible side of the Ukraine invasion.
The group of African students are now asking for help to leave the country via Hungary.
The African Union said Monday it had suspended Burkina Faso in response to the January 24 coup that ousted President Roch Marc Christian Kabore.
Congolese chef Dieuveil Malonga learned his craft in Europe’s top restaurants, but says he owes his success to grandmothers across Africa, who passed on the gastronomic secrets that underpin his celebrated Afro-fusion cuisine.
The Omicron variant has pushed Covid-19 infections in Zimbabwe to record highs with a spike in locals testing positive for the strain.
“Lockdowns have been the sole option for containing the virus,” said IMF Africa chief Abebe Aemro Selassie
Haftar is despised by many in western Libya, particularly after the year-long offensive by his Libyan National Army to seize Tripoli.
While there are a number of factors that have hampered development across the continent there is little doubt that FIFA have played their part in keeping Africa down.
Rising food prices could lead to unrest in Africa as more people will not be able to afford food, researchers have warned.
The DRC’s catalytic converter theft problem is related to a new drug craze in the country – ‘bombe’. Car part dust is combined with sleeping tablets and other sedatives.
“We regret that the UK will take this position, and we really will call on them to review this,” John Nkengasong of the Africa CDC said.
Africa shines bright on Drake’s new album ‘Certified Lover Boy’. Tresor has a writing credit on the 16th track ‘Fountains’ featuring Tems.
South Africa has been chosen as the base of a new space company due to its highly skilled engineers and data scientists.
Believe it or not, Malawi’s President Lazarus Chakwera says he travelled for the virtual conference because of the country’s slow internet
As the regime meets demands for democracy with violence, activists and ordinary people affirm a resolute commitment to continuing resistance, even as they are murdered and injured.
Two journalists from South African publication, New Frame, were allegedly assaulted and tortured by eSwatini security forces while covering the pro-democracy protests in the country.
“The kidnappers took away 140 students, only 25 students escaped. We still have no idea where the students were taken,” said Emmanuel Paul, a teacher at the school.
South African companies’ investment in Tatu City, Kenya now tops $100 million. SA’s High Commissioner to the country paid a visit to the investment sites on Tuesday.
Sadio Mane pledged more than R9 million towards building a hospital in Bambali, Senegal. The town where the footballer grew up has never had a hospital before.
A cadre of immovable gerontocratic geriatric leaders are about to fight an unstoppable urban force; hundreds of thousands of disenchanted, frustrated largely unemployed urban youth.
“He is being treated for pneumonia but he doesn’t have Covid,” his administrative assistant Rodrick Ngolo told AFP, dispelling rumours that the nonagenarian had contracted the coronavirus.
The Nigerian government banned the use of Twitter in the country and instructed news agencies to delete their accounts on the social media platform.
A hyena attack in Zimbabwe left a 9-year-old boy fighting for his life last month. On Wednesday, the hospital announced he is no longer in danger and will undergo facial reconstruction in South Africa