- Muslim, Christian Clerics Convene Co-Existence Meeting
- Somali President Declares 'national Disaster' Over Drought
- Guinea President Sacks Ministers Following Deadly Protests
- Tunisian Police 'shambolic' Over Beach Attack: Uk Judge
- Dying Of Hunger: What Is A Famine?
- Springbok International Reinach Signs For Northampton
- Tanzania Backs Out Of Plan To Publish 'list Of Gays'
- Yemen Faces 'serious Risk Of Famine': Un
- Is Claims Algeria 'foiled' Suicide Attack
- Polisario Dismisses Morocco Pullback As 'window Dressing'
- The Politics Of Democracy – March Documentaries
- France Sends Backup To Niger After 16 Troops Killed
- Morocco Looks To New Markets To Boost Stagnant Tourism
- Uproar In Nigeria Over Federation Boss' Caf Pick
- Ethnic, Religious Violence Again Grips Nigeria's Kaduna
- Two German Archaeologists Freed After Nigeria Kidnap
- Two German Archaeologists Kidnapped In Nigeria Freed
- Boko Haram Attack Kills Seven In Nigeria: Security Sources
- Boko Haram Leader Killed Spokesman Over 'leadership Plot'
- Nigeria Summons South Africa Ambassador Over Anti-Immigrant Violence
- World Donors Gather In Oslo To Tackle Nigeria Famine
- Gunmen Kidnap Two Germans In Northern Nigeria: Police
- Logistics Nightmare: Helping The Boko Haram Displaced
- Nigeria's Buhari To Stay In London For 'further Rest'
- Is, Boko Haram Won't Be Defeated Unless Corruption Tackled: Ngo
- Civilians In The Crossfire Of Boko Haram And The Military
- Kenya To Pull Government Adverts In Private Media
- Ethiopia Dam Causes Kenya Water Shortage: Rights Group
- Mastercard Commits To Financially Including Over 150,000 Kenyan Merchants W
- Kenya Jails Doctors' Officials As Strike Drama Deepens
- Kenya Court Jails Doctors' Union Officials Over Strike
- World's Biggest Refugee Camp In Kenya To Stay Open
- Kenya Court Blocks Closure Of Dadaab Refugee Camp
- Kenya High Court Blocks Closure Of Dadaab Refugee Camp
- A Struggle For Land And Survival In Kenya's Restive Highlands
- Top Un Court Agrees To Hear Somalia-Kenya Border Row
- Kenya Extradites Four Drug Smuggling Suspects To The Us
- Shabaab Attacks Kenya Army Base In Somalia
- Kenyan Doctors Given Another Five Days To End Strike
- S. Africa Rhino Poaching Dipped In 2016, Stays Above 1,000
- Gumtree Bans Donkey Sales In S.africa Over Skin Trade
- South Africa Stick With Struggling Coetzee
- Axilspot Launches Aec120 Smart Antenna Ceiling Access Point In The Mea Regi
- South Africa's De Villiers Fastest To 9,000 Odi Runs
- South Africa: Longstanding Criminal Justice Failures And Toxic Populist Rhe
- S.african Police Fire Rubber Bullets At Anti-Immigrant March
- S. Africa Police Fire Rubber Bullets At Anti-Immigrant March
- Crowds Gather For S.africa Anti-Immigration March
- Key Zuma Ally Brought In As South Africa Lawmaker
- S.africa Struggles To Quell Anti-Immigrant Violence
- S.africa Budget Pushes Redistribution Amid Power Struggle
- S. African Court Slaps Down Bid To Leave Icc
Burkina parties for top film festival a year after attacksTuesday, February 28, 2017
Ouagadougou (AFP) - A year after jihadist attacks killed 33 people, Burkina Faso's capital is kicking up its heels on the back of Africa's top film festival, which it has hosted since 1969. Heavily ...
Somali president declares 'national disaster' over droughtTuesday, February 28, 2017
Mogadishu (AFP) - Somali's newly elected President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed on Tuesday declared a "national disaster" due to severe drought which aid agencies say has left some three million in crisi ...
Guinea president sacks ministers following deadly protestsTuesday, February 28, 2017
Conakry (AFP) - Guinean President Alpha Conde has sacked three ministers, including his education minister, in a reshuffle after a long strike by teachers and violent protests. The unrest saw a thr ...
Tunisian police 'shambolic' over beach attack: UK judgeTuesday, February 28, 2017
London (AFP) - The Tunisian police response to the 2015 Sousse beach resort massacre was "at best shambolic, at worst cowardly", the judge investigating the deaths of 30 Britons in the attack said Tue ...
Egypt lawmaker says his expulsion is warning to oppositionTuesday, February 28, 2017
Cairo (AFP) - An Egyptian lawmaker who was one of the few dissenting voices in parliament said Tuesday his expulsion over accusations of leaking a draft law to foreign embassies was a warning to the o ...
Burkina jihadists claim attack on police positionsTuesday, February 28, 2017
Ouagadougou (AFP) - A night attack on two police positions in Burkina Faso was claimed by jihadists who killed 12 soldiers in the area in December, a senior official said Tuesday. There were no dea ...
Dying of hunger: What is a famine?Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Nairobi (AFP) - From ancient Rome to modern times, mankind has suffered devastating periods of hunger caused by drought, war or misguided politics. Last week South Sudan was declared the site of th ...
Hiding in swamps, S.Sudanese eat little more than liliesTuesday, February 28, 2017
Leer (South Sudan) (AFP) - Thousands of people at the epicentre of a man-made famine in South Sudan emerged from the safety of the swamps this past weekend hoping to receive emergency deliveries of fo ...
Mugabe talks of own death at 93rd birthday partySaturday, February 25, 2017
Matobo (Zimbabwe) (AFP) - Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe celebrated his 93rd ...read more »
Life-saving Togo striker wins over Czech fansTuesday, February 28, 2017
Prague (AFP) - Racially abused by their fans, Togolese striker Francis Kone has ...read more »
Bodies of 74 migrants wash up on Libya beachTuesday, February 21, 2017
Harcha (Libya) (AFP) - The bodies of 74 migrants who drowned in the Mediterranea ...read more »
South Africa: Longstanding Criminal Justice Failures And Toxic Populist Rhetoric Fueling XenophobiaFriday, February 24, 2017
[B]Authorities must ensure adequate protection for all refugees and migrants liv ...read more »
Boko Haram leader killed spokesman over 'leadership plot'Friday, February 24, 2017
Kano (Nigeria) (AFP) - The leader of Boko Haram's main faction, Abubakar Shekau, ...read more »
Gambia's Barrow fires armed forces chiefMonday, February 27, 2017
Banjul (Gambia) (AFP) - Gambia's President Adama Barrow has fired the head of th ...read more »