"Since 1994, Felicien Kabuga, known to have been the financier of Rwanda genocide, had with impunity stayed in Germany, Belgium,...
WHO said on Monday it had temporarily suspended clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine as a potential treatment for coronavirus.
Over 2,500 Ugandan nationals stranded abroad amid the Covid-19 pandemic can now return home as approved by the Ugandan cabinet....
Liberian president and former African and World Footballer of The Year warns of struggle in sports post Covid-19
We need to normalize loss. We can seek to console our champion for not coming out victorious in this fight....
Partnerships deepen ties between businesses and foster collaborations and longevity
With 31 goals after 50 games this season, Gabon’s Aubameyang will be looking to stretch his dominance as the Gunners' top marksman
President Buhari did not read a speech at the event, becoming the first elected president to do so since 1999
South Africa's Amajita lost 1-0 to South Korea in a hard-fought Group F encounter that was affected by torrential rain
The pipeline will run from the commercial capital, Dar es Salaam to Zambia’s mining city of Ndola
This historic initiative will not only further enhance the game in Africa but also provide new opportunities
The company plans to sell 25 percent of new shares, and trade on the main market of the London Stock Exchange
Grisha is suspended for six months after a complaint made by the Moroccan Football Federation
The head coach said it was "difficult to stay in the country" and focus with these distractions weighing on his players.
The vaccine is an additional tool in the fight against malaria, but does not represent a magic bullet
Military chief, Ahmed Gaid Salah has emerged as a de facto strongman after replacing ousted leader, Abdelaziz Bouteflika