The Supreme Court is expected to rule by Monday on whether the recent election of William Ruto as president, now mired in a welter of…View More In Kenyan Elections, the People Decide First. Then Come the Judges.
KHARTOUM, Sudan — Friday night by the Nile, and a love song wafted on the warm breeze that blew across Tuti Island, a crescent of…View More Ramadan Nights Provide Cherished Pause in a Sudan on the Brink
Andre Bauma met Ndakasi when she was just 2 months old, just after she was holding onto her mother’s dead body. A decade later, Ndakasi…View More Ndakasi, Gorilla Who Photobombed a Selfie, Dies in the Arms of Her Caretaker
The decision by some rich nations to offer booster shots will hinder coronavirus vaccine access for low-income countries, the director of the Africa Centers for…View More Africa’s C.D.C. director urges wealthy nations to forego Covid vaccine boosters and donate them instead.
The head of Guinea’s special forces appeared on state television on Sunday and announced the suspension of the West African country’s Constitution after a morning…View More Special Forces Colonel Stages Coup in Guinea
NAIROBI, Kenya — Scrutiny of police enforcement of coronavirus rules in Kenya has gained urgency after the deaths in custody of two brothers who were…View More Deaths in custody of two brothers fuel anger over Covid enforcement in Kenya.
JOHANNESBURG — The leader of Zambia’s main opposition party sailed to victory in the nation’s presidential election, according to results announced on Monday, staving off…View More In Zambia Election, Opposition Leader Storms to Decisive Win Over President
The first time Omar Degan set foot in Mogadishu, in October 2017, he quickly grasped that it bore little resemblance to the picturesque cityscape his…View More Architect Finds a Sense of Belonging for His Family’s Homeland, and for Himself
For years, Soulaimane Raissouni, a Moroccan newspaper editor, didn’t shy away from reporting on some of the most sensitive issues in the North African kingdom,…View More Journalist’s Monthslong Hunger Strike Points to Perils of Reporting in Morocco
MEKELLE, Ethiopia — Thousands of Ethiopian prisoners of war were paraded through the regional capital of Tigray on Friday as jubilant crowds lined the streets…View More After Sudden Defeat, Captured Ethiopian Soldiers Are Marched to Prison
On stage, Lioness can mesmerise an audience, keeping eye contact as she holds the microphone close, the crowd singing and dancing along. In normal times,…View More All in a Day's Work for this Namibian Dynamo
Political Progress And Stability Sees South Sudan Open Up Energy Sector For Investment The Ministry of Petroleum (MoP) of the Republic of South Sudan, is…View More Ministry Of Petroleum Launches First Oil Licensing Round
Lockdown has been a long, difficult road for many. It has forced us to think about what makes life worth living, encouraged us to reconnect…View More A Sustainable Way of Cycling the Garden Route
After having spent years working on a number of successful musical endeavours, including performing on the current season of Music Roulette on SABC 2, South…View More South African Singer And Songwriter Sensation, Lana Crowster, Drops Latest Single: “FAKE”