Liberia: Wives of Soldiers Stage Protest Over Husbands' Benefits

Aggrieved wives of Armed Forces of Liberia officers on Tuesday blocked the highway leading to the Roberts International Airport in Read More

Tanzania: Girls Outdo Boys in Latest National Examinations Council Tanzania (NECTA)

THE National Examinations Council Tanzania (NECTA) yesterday announced results of standard four and form two national examinations with girls outshining Read More

Zimbabwe: Robert Mugabe's Sons Face Arrest in Anti-Corruption Crackdown

 Mugabe's 'High-Living' Sons Face Corruption Probe... May Be Arrested - Report

Former president Robert Mugabe's high-living sons face arrest for alleged Read More

Nigeria: Army Says Boko Haram Factional Leader Wounded

A factional leader of the militant Boko Haram group, Mamman Nur, has been "fatally injured", the Nigerian military said Friday.

A Read More

Nigeria: 'No Plans to Increase Fuel Price' - Nigerian Oil Minister Ibe Kachikwu

Minister of State for Petroleum, Dr Ibe Kachikwu, has denied news reports that the Federal Government was planning to jack Read More

South Africa: Has Winnie Mandela Gotten the Credit She Deserves?

Makerere University is to award veteran South African anti-apartheid campaigner, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, an Honorary Doctor of Laws during the 68th Read More

Equatorial Guinea: UN Dispatches Envoy Amid 'Failed Coup'

Security minister, Mahamat Zen Cherif, has made a televised statement saying that a group of mercenaries from Chad, Sudan and Read More

Madagascar: Left With 'Chocolate Water', Country's Parched South Grows Hungrier

Ankilibevahavola, Madagascar — Every morning, residents of this village in southern Madagascar's Amboasary Sud district set off on an eight-hour Read More