- Bittersweet Guantanamo Transfer Follows Decade-long Battle
- Mandela's Death Raises Leadership Questions
- Traumatised Bangui Residents Urge French To Secure City
- Mandela's Funeral To Include At Least 53 World Leaders
- Traumatised C.africa Residents Urge French To Secure Capital
- Statue Of Pharaoh Tutankhamon's Sister Recovered
- De Kock Hits Second Successive Century Against India
- Mandela Drew His 'own Last Breath'
- Art Tribute To Nelson Mandela By Young Female Visual Artist Nile Livingston
- African Cultural And Fundamental Rights Council Mourns And Celebrates Nelso
- Sudan's Bashir Unveils New Govt After Reform Calls
- Archbishop Of Canterbury Hails Mandela's 'courage In Face Of Evil'
- Nearly 400 Killed In Last Three Days In C.africa: France
- Huriwa Wants Tougher Laws Against Hard Drugs
- Fun, Excitement As Lagos Countdown Begins December 8th
- Nollywood Is Giving Nursing A Bad Name—nannm President
- Nigeria, Ghana Face Tough World Cup Path
- Clarifying Inaccuracies In Reuters Story On Subsidy Payments In Nigeria
- Africa's Biggest Social Media Event; Social Media Week Lagos Partners With
- Pdp Accuses Amaechi Of Converting Sure-p For Apc Membership Drive
- Pin Hosts 250 Students From 15 Tertiary Institutions At Tent Gathering 2013
- Hit Show Tells Tough Truths About Nigerian Wealth
- Ja Ja Je Store Begins 50% Discount Promo
- Governor Amaechi’s Campaign Of Falsehood Cannot Stand
- Nigeria Upbeat Ahead Of World Cup Draw
- Pdp Issues 7 (seven) Days Ultimatum To Amaechi To Pay Teachers’ Salaries
- Kenyan Parliament Passes 'draconian' Media Bill
- Kenya Parliament Blocks Controversial Ngo Bill
- Kenya Denies Bail To Four Charged Over Mall Massacre
- Kenya Must Ditch Controversial Media, Ngo Laws
- Oil In Kenya Faces Infrastructure, Capacity Challenges
- Kenya Refuses To Give Up Kenyatta Records: Icc
- Mathathi Leads Kenyan One-two In Fukuoka Marathon
- Kenya To Set Up Doping Test Centre
- Most Somali Refugees In Kenya 'fear Return Home'
- Icc To Allow Video Hearings In Gesture To Kenya
- Kenya Aim To End Cecafa Cup Drought
- Lifeapps: Kenya's Silicon Savannah Helps Subsistence Farmers
- Kenyan World Champ Kiprop Survives Car Crash
- Zuma Urges S. Africans To Keep Mandela's Ideals Alive
- S.africa Orders Army Back To Duty For Mandela Duties
- World Mourns South Africa Peace Icon Mandela
- Hollande Tells Africa To Take Charge Of Own Security
- Pope Honours Mandela For 'forging A New South Africa'
- World And South Africa Mourn Peace Icon Mandela
- University Of Cape Town South Africa Gathers To Reflect On Madiba’s Passing
- Black Armbands For Mandela As India Bowl Against S.africa
- The Death Of South African Leader Nelson Mandela: Live Report
- De Kock, Steyn Spark South Africa Rout Of India
- S.africa Okays Sick Notes From Traditional Healers
- De Kock Leads S. Africa To Odi Series Win Over India
- Ceo Of S.africa's State-backed Power Firm Resigns
Mandela's death raises leadership questionsSunday, December 08, 2013
Johannesburg (AFP) - Former president Thabo Mbeki on Sunday challenged South Africa's leadership to ask if they are living up to Nelson Mandela's standards, in a pointed public challenge to his ANC co ...
Three leading anti-Mubarak activists on trial in EgyptSunday, December 08, 2013
Cairo (AFP) - Three activists at the forefront of Egypt's 2011 uprising went on trial Sunday over an unlicensed and violent demonstration, as a new military-installed government seeks to clamp down on ...
Traumatised Bangui residents urge French to secure citySunday, December 08, 2013
Bangui (Central African Republic) (AFP) - Terrified Bangui residents anxiously waited for French troops to secure the city Sunday before emerging from their homes after a wave of sectarian violence ki ...
HURIWA Wants Tougher Laws Against Hard DrugsSunday, December 08, 2013
[B]A democracy inclined Non-Governmental Organization-HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA [HURIWA] has urged the National Drugs Laws Enforcement Agency [NDLEA] to increase the intensity and im ...
Mandela's funeral to include at least 53 world leadersSunday, December 08, 2013
Johannesburg (AFP) - Fifty-three heads of state and government have so far confirmed attendance at upcoming memorial events for peace icon Nelson Mandela, South African Foreign Minister Maite Nkoana-M ...
Traumatised C.Africa residents urge French to secure capitalSunday, December 08, 2013
Bangui (Central African Republic) (AFP) - Terrified Bangui residents anxiously waited for French troops to secure the city on Sunday before emerging from their homes after a wave of sectarian violence ...
Libya cemetery blast kills oneSunday, December 08, 2013
Benghazi (Libya) (AFP) - One person was killed and five wounded on Sunday when a car blew up in a cemetery in Libya's increasingly volatile second city Benghazi, security and medical sources said. ...
Statue of pharaoh Tutankhamon's sister recoveredSunday, December 08, 2013
Cairo (AFP) - Egypt said on Sunday it has recovered a statue of pharaoh Tutankhamun's sister looted from the southern Mallawi museum during riots by supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi. Th ...
South Africa beat India by 141 runs in first ODIThursday, December 05, 2013
Johannesburg (AFP) - South Africa crushed world champions India by 141 runs to w ...read more »
South Africa prepares 10-day farewell for MandelaSaturday, December 07, 2013
Johannesburg (AFP) - South Africa prepared on Saturday a sweeping, emotional 10- ...read more »
White South Africans' uneasy love affair with MandelaSaturday, December 07, 2013
Kalk Bay (South Africa) (AFP) - The sidewalk blackboard outside the pizza parlou ...read more »
Ivory Coast hit squads target opponents in Ghana: UNMonday, December 02, 2013
UNITED NATIONS (United States) (AFP) - Ivory Coast sent hit squads to Ghana to k ...read more »
Nigeria military restores phone service in embattled cityTuesday, December 03, 2013
Maiduguri (Nigeria) (AFP) - Nigeria's military on Tuesday restored the mobile ph ...read more »
Mandela grandson court date delayedThursday, December 05, 2013
Johannesburg (AFP) - A court appearance by Nelson Mandela's grandson Ndaba on gu ...read more »