The Mastercard Foundation’s second annual Young Africa Works Summit will focus sustainable and meaningful livelihoods for youth in agriculture.
Government doctors in Zimbabwe are bracing to go on a crippling industrial strike, saying their employer is failing to meet their concerns.
Zimbabwean government doctors who are bracing to go on a crippling industrial strike, say their employer is failing to meet their concerns.
Two alleged terrorists have been killed during a shootout after Egyptian police raided the hideout of the fugitives on the outskirts of Cairo.
New facts emerge about camps for boys run by UK barrister accused of abuse now living in Cape Town.
DRC soldiers reportedly killed at least 56 members of the Kamwina Nsapu militia who were seeking to avenge the death of their leader.
United Nations peacekeepers killed four civilians when they fired into a crowd seeking refuge in western Central African Republic.
Airstrikes carried out by the Libyan National Army on an airbase in the centre of the country have killed two people and wounded another 13.
Gunmen in the Central African Republic have stormed a Bangui hospital twice in the last five days with the intention of killing patients.
Prolonged and worsening drought conditions across Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya means that more than 11 million people are facing severe hunger.
Some of the women abducted by Nigerian militants gained respect, influence and standing within Boko Haram, and are proving tough to deradicalise.
Evan Mawarire, the pastor behind the #This Flag campaign, was granted “conditional” bail of R4 200 by the Harare High Court after a week in detention.
Standard Chartered Bank told its customers that they cannot use that money on their Visa cards outside Zimbabwe.
Al-Shabaab militants stormed a hotel in Bosasso, killing four guards, while two of the attackers also died, a senior official said.