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“We have to go to Libya. Nobody goes to Libya, but we have to go there,” said SuperSport United coach Gavin Hunt.
Nouadhibou boss Aritz Garai labels Mamelodi Sundowns as the best team in Africa after their 3-0 loss in the CAF Champions League.
Nations have united in a swift and determined effort to assist Libya in the aftermath of a catastrophic tsunami-like flood.
In the wake of a catastrophic natural disaster, Libya’s eastern city of Derna finds itself in the throes of an unprecedented tragedy.
Zimbabwe’s President, Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa, swore in his own son and nephew into significant ministerial positions.
Kenyans have been feeling pressed during the first term President William Ruto’ with issues of inflation, taxes and protests.
Medical officers treated casualties after the deadliest quake ever hit Morocco, killing nearly 3,000 people.
Earthquake survivors in remote villages are grappling with the aftermath, facing homelessness, trauma, and a growing sense of abandonment.
Leaders from across Africa have welcomed the move by the G20 to admit the African Union (AU) as its 21st permanent member.
A nurse at a French military killed a Chadian soldier who attacked him, triggering protests by the people in the country.
Nigeria’s two main opposition parties, the PDP and the LP, have decided to take their fight to the nation’s highest judicial authority.
Mali paid a final tribute to African football legend Salif Keita in Bamako who passed away at the age of 76 over the weekend.
A Nigerian appeals court on Wednesday resoundingly upheld President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s hard-fought election victory.
In a decisive move to address mounting security concerns in northern Mali, the country’s military junta launched a series of air strikes.
Sudanese Army Chief, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, embarked on his third diplomatic mission amidst the intense conflict with paramilitaries.
East African leaders reached a unanimous decision to extend the mandate of a regional military force in the Democratic Republic of Congo
A female freedom fighter who played a key role in Kenya’s struggle for independence against British colonial rule has passed away.
Due to the lack of cell service and phone calls, residents of Darfur have turned to handwritten letters as a means of communication.
The army reported that suspected jihadists killed 17 security force members and 36 civilians in northern Burkina Faso.
An appeals court is set to rule on a spirited opposition challenge to overturn President Bola Tinubu’s election triumph.
Kenya President who is hosting a climate summit in Nairobi this week, said that Africa’s carbon sinks are a valuable economic resource.
Ivory Coast ruling party has won local elections in a landslide victory, according to the electoral commission’s nearly complete results.
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.