"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
Malawi's President Peter Mutharika on Tuesday urged opposition parties to accept the outcome of the just concluded election.
Justice Ifeoma Ojukwu ordered the four men to appear for trial on July 1
War between the state and jihadists in central Mali has led to growing inter-communal violence
The fifty-year-old announced his decision late Monday in a live interview with his broadcaster, Nessma TV
The owners of the mine, Metallon Corporation, confirmed the incident and denied the victims as company employees
The Bill seeks to make it effectively illegal for people of the same gender to marry.
Nigeria issued a maiden ₦10.69 billion green bond with a five-year tenor in 2017 to fund energy projects
The 200 million CFA franc project is partially financed by British firm, Lekela
If the loan gets approved, it will be the first time in years the World Bank will inject funds directly into Kenya's Treasury
The pair were facing three counts of corruption brought by Sierra Leone's Anti Corruption Commission