Protests across Africa to demand action on climate change+++Gunshots in Bamenda as Cameroon prepares for national dialogue+++ Why some Sierra Leoneans are divided on the name and shame campaign to fight corruption
Liberian lawmakers endorse the establishment of the war and economic crimes court+++Mixed reactions after the highest court in South Africa abolishes spanking children+++Indifference in Rwanda after the killing of Hutu militia commander.
Cameroonian lawyers begin a five-day strike to protest against violation of their rights+++South African President Cyril Ramaphosa sends envoys to African countries to calm xenophobia fears+++September is childhood cancer awareness month.
The Gambian government releases report detailing how ex-president Yahya Jammeh stole millions of money from public coffers+++Spiritual advisor and ally of the late Zimbabwean president, Father Mukonori defends his legacy+++Why thieves in Benin City in Nigeria are stealing women underwear
Nigerian tribunal rejects bid to overturn Buhari's election+++The ECOWAS Parliament convenes in Monrovia - Liberia to discuss among other things xenophobic violence in South Africa+++Ghanaians protest the presence of a timber processing factory.
500 refugees trapped in Libya to be evacuated to Rwanda +++Cameroon president set to make a rare speech +++ The banned Shiite group in Nigeria makes its annual Ashura procession +++ Nearly 300,000 flee jihadist violence in Burkina Faso
Nigerians in crisis-ridden Cameroon call for government's rescue +++ Nigeria to repatriate 600 citizens from South Africa +++ Pope Francis visits Mauritius +++ Birth control in Uganda: When a man takes the responsibility
Tribute and mixed reaction to the death of Zimbabwe ex-President Robert Mugabe+++ Cameroon opposition leader goes on trial in military court+++Thousands affected as Uganda restricts its open-door refugee policy
South Africa shuts down its embassies in Nigeria as it faces backlash due to xenophobic attacks+++Pope Francis urges Mozambique to keep peace and rebuild+++Tanzanian press freedom under threat+++Family of Wilfried Siewe a German engineer jailed in Cameroon calls for his release
Nigeria's "pressure cooker" security crisis +++ Africa's outrage over South Africa's xenophobic violence +++ Can Germany play a role in the new Sudan? +++ Grass straws instead of plastic in Uganda +++ World War II remembered
New wave of xenophobic attacks in South Africa +++ Germany's far-right's election gains +++ Cameroon's back-to-school campaign amid Anglophone crisis +++ Ethnic division within the Ethiopian Orthodox Church +++ The negative impact of Cameroon's Anglophone crisis on health sector
Japan seeks to counter China with a planned $20 billion investment in Africa+++ Listen to our exclusive interview with Zambian ambassador to Germany Anthony Mukwita+++ Plus why having a female as a best man has stirred a national outrage in Uganda
Nigeria accuses Iran of destabilizing the country by funding the Islamic Movement in the country+++ Ugandan government confirms the existence of safe houses but denies claims of torture+++ Zimbabwe’s government on the spot for silencing critical voices
Seperatist leaders in English speaking Cameroon are challenging governments move to reopen primary schools+++The Gambia mourns its founding father and first president Dawda Jawara+++A South African taxi driver is on the fast lane to fame after his video singing opera went viral.
What's new about the new DRC government? +++ A roundup of the G7 Summit +++ New charges in the economic sabotage case against the son of Liberia's ex-president +++ Is President Ali Bongo fit to rule Gabon? +++ A clinic on wheels in South Africa +++ The 2019-20 Bundesliga season is shaping up to be a thriller
Uganda security accused of torturing its citizens in secret chambers +++ Ghana's president fires top official over corruption charges +++ South African president is under fire after failing to account for 60 million euros
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari unveils his list of cabinet portfolios +++ Rwanda's President Kagame and Uganda's President Museveni sign a peace pact to cease hostilities +++ Old religion, worshiping several gods still a lively practice in the Nigerian town of Osogbo