Rwanda Arrests Leaders of Two Opposition Parties

Police in Rwanda have arrested several leaders from two Rwandan parties not recognized by the authorities. Since President Paul Kagame's re-election on August 4 with...

Rwanda Files Charges Against Paul Kagame`s Rival ‘Diane Rwigara’

Police have charged Rwandan opposition leader Diane Rwigara, who was detained at the weekend along with her mother and sister, with "offenses to state...

Fake Doctor kills three patients in Zambia

Allegations have emerged how three people have died on the spot while three others are hospitalized after they were allegedly poisoned by a daily...

Nigerian Man Exchanges a Boy for 3 Bags of Rice

An unsuspecting 10-year-old boy who was on an errand for his mum, was exchanged for 3 bags of rice by a yet to be...

3 Female Boko Haram Suicide Bombers Kill 27 People in an...

At least 27 people have been killed in Nigeria after 3 female suicide bombers blew themselves up in north eastern Nigeria. The attack was carried...

SA Paralympian ‘Oscar Pistorius’ Appeals his Murder Sentence

Oscar Pistorius, a South African paralympian who was found guilty for shooting to death his then girlfriend in 2013 has filed papers to appeal...

Bill Gates to Spend Over $300m in Tanzania in 2017

Bill Gates has said his foundation plans to spend more than $300 million in Tanzania this year on public health and poverty reduction programs. In...

S.A Police Commissioner Accused Of Using State Chopper To Go Eat...

South Africa`s Northen Cape Police Commissioner Risimati Shivuri is being accused of using a state chopper to go for breakfast at a Wimpy in...

Army worms threaten Zambia’ food security

The government of Zambia is in tag war in order to rescue maize fields  from  army worms that are destroying every crop. On Wednesday, President...

Talent Factory Academy selects 20 future filmmakers, 1 from Malawi.

Meet the future of Africa’s Film & Television Industry! MultiChoice Africa is delighted to reveal the 60 hopefuls who have been chosen to be...

Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa says elections will go ahead as planned

Forty-one people were injured in the blast at a rally in the city of Bulawayo, which occurred close to Mr Mnangagwa as he was...

China promises $60 bn aid to Africa

China will provide $60 billion in financial support to Africa, President Xi Jinping said on Monday at the opening of a major China-Africa summit. The...

Congratulations: Rose Chizumula Now African Judge on Human and People`s Rights

Malawian judge Justice Rose Chizumila has won the elections held this morning in  Addis Ababa, Ethiopia as Judge of the African Court on Human...

Unexplained explosion kills eight at South African munitions depot

The blast occurred at Rheinmetall Denel Munition (RDM) depot, a joint venture between Germany’s Rheinmetall Defence and South Africa’s state-owned arms maker Denel. “I can...

Mugabe Fires Top Prosecutor for Misconduct

President Robert Mugabe has fired Zimbabwe's top prosecutor, who now faces a misconduct trial, state media reported on Saturday, the latest twist in a...

Britain Halves Its Aid to Nigeria, Says they Should First ‘Step...

Britain has halved the amount of money given to Nigeria in humanitarian aid, saying the country's government must "step up and do more" to stop...

Bring it On: Mnangagwa Challenges Opposition Leader Chamisa

President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday dared his opposition MDC Alliance counterpart Nelson Chamisa to prove the vote-rigging claims at the Constitutional Court (ConCourt), setting the...

Mugabe’s health raises more questions after fake images of his arrival...

According to state media reports, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe returned home Friday morning from Singapore where he spent part of his annual leave. But...