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The European Union plans to suspend financial aid to Zimbabwe’s electoral commission after observers termed election results invalid.
The US praised Nigeria’s President Tinubu for the economic reforms he has created that provided opportunity for Africa.
Niger’s prime minister appointed by the military, expressed optimism about reaching a deal “in the coming days” with ECOWAS.
A climate summit in Kenya brings together African leaders and global policymakers to promote the continent in combating global warming.
Jet skiers in Morocco were killed by the Algerian coastguard as they strayed across the maritime border between the two countries.
Zimbabwe’s cricket legend wife announced on Sunday the demise of her husband, Heath Streak, after a long battle with cancer.
Wydad and Egypt’s club Al Ahly will likely clash again in the inaugural African Football League final in the 2023 CAF Champions League.
After the coup, the Gabon general in power was to be sworn in as transitional president to take control for an unspecified period.
Ivory Coast ruling party appeared set for victory in the 2024 elections, winning two-thirds of the already tallied 112 communes.
Africa has been the most hit continent by climate change, but there is no sign for potential change of green energy.
Protesters in Niger held a third day of demonstrations chanting slogans against their former colonial ruler France.
Kenyan President William Ruto expressed his unwavering commitment to spearheading climate action on the continent.
In a recent operation carried out in Johannesburg, South African authorities arrested more than 100 undocumented foreigners.
A woman by the name of Priscilla has been accused of arranging marriages between several SA women and Pakistani nationals.
South Sudan’s basketball team fans cheer their squad despite defeat against Serbia, leading to their knockout in the Basketball World Cup.
Ten people were killed in eastern DR Congo after troop attempt to curb a planned anti-UN protest in the most affected region.
Senegal’s minister revealed that the conviction of Ousmane Sonko makes him ineligible for the presidential election.
“The Electoral Commission in Zimbabwe’s made a declaration, and it is on those grounds that we have issued our congratulatory message.” – Ramaphosa
The African Union Commission has condemned the Gabon army for attempting to overthrow the president-elect Ali Bongo.
Militiamen from the CODECO rebel group have attacked northeastern DR Congo, resulting in the deaths of 14 individuals.
Enyimba has been knocked out of the CAF Champions League for Nigerian clubs after losing 2-3 against Al Ahly Benghazi on penalty shootouts.
The world has witnessed a distressing surge in online disinformation campaigns targeting women in the realm of African politics.
A group of Gabonese military officers and soldiers took to the airwaves on Wednesday to declare an end to the existing regime.
Kenya’s struggling national carrier reported a surge in losses in the first half of the financial year due to increased foreign exchange and borrowing costs.
Ex-rebels in northern Mali on Tuesday accused the armed forces of carrying out new strikes on their positions.
The Ethiopian opposition politician has requested that the United States give him political asylum for his family’s safety.
At least 15 people have been killed in a militia attack in DR Congo, an area with increasing violence that has so far claimed many lives.