The cost of servicing Mozambique's debt is breathtaking, writes Peter Fabricius
After the AU failure to act in terms of its Constitutive Act and rejection of the deployment of peacekeepers, court could ...
When the president travels on the state purse and meets another head of state that is implicitly if not explicitly state ...
Late Papa Wemba hailed
Ben Radley writes about the problem with Western activists trying to do good in Africa
In exchange for €3 billion, Turkey showcases its humanitarian effort. In Africa, the camps are dismal, writes Shannon Ebrahim
A global drive to help curb the HIV epidemic by 2020 will fail unless millions with the virus in West and Central Africa ...
It’s amazing how little self-awareness the African Union leadership has about its disagreement with the ICC about the reforms the African Union wants
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe’s first grandchild, a boy, was born in Asia this week and not in Zimbabwe.
AU silence on enforced disappearances, executions and trials by the military will be recorded in annals of history as complicity
Continent's cultural sites are in danger of falling apart, writes Shannon Ebrahim
Boko Haram has sent a “proof of life” video which shows 15 of the more than 200 girls abducted by Islamist fighters, CNN reported.
Republic of Congo poll was so flawed there were no election observers, writes Peter Fabricius
Aisha Muhammed-Oyebode is determined the abduction of nearly 300 schoolgirls in Nigeria two years ago will not be turned from fact to fantasy
Veteran Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe takes aim at potential successors for wishing him dead.