A Ugandan policeman has turned to music and breakdancing in a music video extolling the virtues of the police service.
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has declared a six-month nationwide state of emergency in the country.
Morocco's moderate Islamists have won parliamentary elections, beating a rival party critics say is too close to the royal palace in a tight race.
Less than 24 hours after arriving on tropical Mauritius, a dad lost his daughter and his wife following a vicious altercation between the two.
James Ibori, a former Nigerian state governor jailed in Britain for corruption, claims the British police and lawyers involved ...
An American researcher killed in a rock attack by protesters in Ethiopia this week was a talented scientist, family members and mentors say.
President Robert Mugabe says Zimbabwe’s controversial indigenisation and empowerment law will be amended.
Fighting between rival armed groups and a string of attacks on humanitarians in northern Central African Republic has hindered the delivery of aid.
At first, Tanzania's new president appeared keen on smashing corruption. Then came John Pombe Magufuli's more startling decrees.
SA kwaito artist Mandoza ranked third among the most trending search terms in Kenya in September.
Zimbabwean opposition parties have vowed to defy a ban on demonstrations.
Zimbabweans are outraged over the appointment of President Robert Mugabe's son-in-law as head of the national airline.
Zimbabwe opposition parties scoffed at the High Court ruling upholding the ban on demonstrations saying the Constitution ...
A Zimbabwean man who was shot and injured by the Botswana Police Service has been sent back to Botswana for treatment.
Two of Nigeria's 10 presidential jets are for sale as part of a drive to cut costs, a spokesman for President Muhammadu Buhari says.