Widespread violence in Nigeria could affect next year’s presidential election, two US pro-democracy groups say.
Algeria hope to appoint a new manager in early August, according to the country’s Football Federation (FAF) president, Kheireddine Zetchi.
A Swaziland political party has challenged the country’s political system a month before Africa’s last absolute monarch goes to the polls.
With less than two weeks to go until Zimbabweans head to the polls, a further analysis of the voter’s roll has shown that as many as 900 000 records may have been tampered with, to influence the results, according to a report by TeamPachedu.
Change could be on the horizon after the leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea agreed to re-establish relations, raising hopes that trade will resume.
A handful of Zimbabweans living in SA picketed outside the Zimbabwe Consulate in Cape Town this week, demanding that the country’s electoral body respect the SADC principles and guidelines governing democratic elections, GroundUp says.
Police in Kenya have rescued at least 21 young Nepalese women during a raid on two strip clubs in an upmarket suburb of the capital Nairobi, detectives say.
The team of the leading opposition candidate in Mali’s upcoming presidential election claimed Friday that there were “substantial anomalies” in the electoral register.
Election monitor Team Pachedu has revealed tampering that could influence the election’s outcome.
Al Shabaab wants to topple Somalia’s Western-backed central government, expel the African Union-mandated peacekeeping force AMISOM.
The second walk-out on Mnangagwa is yet another indication that Zanu-PF’s grip on power in Zimbabwe may be slipping.
A Kenyan court has sentenced a 24-year-old beauty queen to death for murdering her boyfriend, and a picture of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa taking medication in front of his Zanu-PF supporters at a rally has gone viral.
A Zimbabwe court has handed a four-year jail term to a former energy minister who served in Robert Mugabe’s last cabinet after he was found guilty of corruption, a report says.
The family and friends of Ethiopian prime minister Abiy Ahmed tell the BBC what he was like when he was young.
‘Yolande Kusaya and Cedrick Kidimbu are released, no charges are brought against them by the prosecutor of Kinkole,’ said Kalonda.
Russian club Torpedo Moscow cancel plans to sign defender Erving Botaka-Yoboma – but deny they have done so because he is black.
In a televised address earlier this week, 41-year-old reformist Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed called upon those hoarding hard currency to deposit it in banks.
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa this week took his election campaign to his predecessor Robert Mugabe’s hometown, Chinhoyi, but he completely did not mention his name, says a report.
The leaders of Egypt and Sudan have agreed to mend their frayed ties following repeated failures to reach a deal over an upstream Nile dam being built by Ethiopia
One of four police dogs at Dar es Salaam port, Hobby’s skills also include sniffing out guns and drugs.