Uchenna Eloh, a Nigerian based in South Africa, has been strangled to death by South African policemen who suspected that he had illegal drugs on him. Kanayo Onwumelu, Chairman of…
The news of the electoral victory of 23-year-old John-Paul Mwirigi in the Kenyan general election was yet to settle when that of Cynthia Jepkosgei Muge also broke. Like Mwirigi, Muge,…
Ever heard the saying “if one wants something, he’ll find a way”? Well that aptly summarizes the inspirational grass-to-grace story of John Paul Mwirigi, who just broke Kenya’s record for the…
South Africa’s unemployment has risen to its highest in 14 years, with agriculture and informal sectors shedding jobs and more people refraining from job hunting in the first quarter — a sign that the country’s economy may be headed for recession.
The soldiers, who had blocked roads in major cities in the country since Friday, have now agreed to return to their barracks
The revolt began in Bouake early Friday before spreading quickly, following a pattern similar to a mutiny in January by the same group that paralyzed parts of the West African state and marred its image as a post-war success story.
The World Health Organization, WHO, has declared an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo after an individual was confirmed to have died of the virus in the country’s North East.
A Somali minister was killed during a shootout between two sets of government bodyguards on the streets of Mogadishu on Wednesday.
Pope Francis is in Egypt on a visit aimed at improving Christian-Muslim dialogue, three weeks after bombing of two Coptic churches killed 45 people.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has been in power since the end of British colonial rule in the country in 1980.