A South African judicial commission investigating the alleged plunder of state funds begins public hearings on Monday.
Life for single mothers in Morocco is extremely difficult because families and society tend to reject them. But campaigners are trying to change attitudes.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack on the village of Mailari in the Guzamala region of Borno. The strike is the latest blow to Nigeria's efforts to defeat insurgencies in the restive country.
Tunisia was once a tourist paradise. But the arrival of relatively wealthy people, mostly from Europe, has given way to the departure of relatively poor people, mainly from Africa. We examine the changing dynamics of Tunisia in this six-part series.
In Kenya, East Africa’s richest economy per capita, Uber competes with Estonian ride-hailing firm Taxify, Nairobi-based Mondo Ride and Little, which has a partnership with telecoms operator Safaricom.
Soumaila Cisse lost in a landslide to incumbent President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, picking up just 33 percent of the vote in an election in which only 34 percent of a politics-weary electorate voted.
Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita was re-elected with 67 percent of the vote in a run-off against opposition rival Soumaila Cisse, the Ministry of Territorial Administration said on Thursday.
The Control of Tobacco Products and Electronic Delivery Systems Bill would restrict smoking in public places, introduce plain packaging, ban point-of-sale advertising and displays, and scrap the sale of single cigarettes.
Shaun Abraham was appointed by South Africa's former scandal-tainted president Jacob Zuma and faced accusations that he protected him from prosecution for corruption.
Taarab is the traditional music of Zanzibar but it almost disappeared. Iolo ap Dafydd reports on how the island's only music academy is trying to preserve its unique sound, and how technology seems to be hitting the right note.
It's been five years since the Rabaa Square massacre in which more than 800 people, who were demanding the return of deposed president, Mohamed Morsi, were killed. One of those arrested for reporting on the massacre is photojournalist Shawkan.
Global rights groups seek investigation into the killings of at least 900 protesters in 2013 by security forces in Cairo's Rabaa al Adawiya square, where demonstrators had rallied against the ouster of democratically-elected president Mohamed Morsi.
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