At the 23rd AU Heads of State and Government Summit in Equatorial Guinea last week, a petition calling on African leaders to recommit to spending at least 10% of national budgets on effective agriculture gathered more than 2 million signatures.
NOUAKCHOTT — Small groups of voters trickled into polling centres in Mauritania early yesterday
An investigation has been launched in South Africa into allegations that the head of SABC, the public broadcaster, was given a wife as a gift.
ZIMBABWE can learn from Cuba which survived for over half a Century under comprehensive sanctions from the most powerful countries in the world.
Peter Mutharika has been sworn in as Malawi’s president after the High Court rejected a request for a recount following allegations of vote-rigging.
West African leaders on Saturday agreed to work together to wage “total war” on Boko Haram saying the Nigerian Islamist group had become a regional al Qaeda
THE Mozambican government has started registering their nationals in Zimbabwe ahead of the country’s October national elections.
BELBEK AIRBASE, Crimea — Russian troops forced their way into a Ukrainian airbase in Crimea with armoured vehicles, automatic fire and stun grenades
Johannesburg — South African Paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius is to sell his house in order to fund the legal costs of his murder trial, his lawyer has said.
KAMPALA — At least 19 people were killed and dozens of others were missing yesterday after a boat carrying mostly Congolese refugees capsized