Seventy-one Nigerien soldiers were killed in a militant raid last week.
The professional hunters had shot dead a collared elephant in Botswana, angering conservationists.
GABERONE (Reuters) – Botswana’s government has revoked the licences of two professional hunters who shot dead a research elephant and then destroyed its collar to try to hide the evidence.
[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala, Uganda -After eight hours closed in a hall at Commonwealth Resort Munyonyo, delegations from Rwanda and Uganda failed to reach an agreement and decided to refer the matters to the head of states of both countries.
[New Times] Rwanda’s international cooperation efforts seek partnership with the rest of the world for shared gains not pursuing favours as a darling of the world, President Paul Kagame has said.
[New Times] The latest round of talks between Rwanda and Uganda failed to reach a breakthrough on Friday in Kampala and representatives of the Ugandan government found themselves in an awkward position throughout the closed session.
[Nation] In the 21st century, the trouble with Africa is simply and squarely the failure of its leadership to invest in energy.
The Springbok Sevens team continued their good form at the HSBC Cape Town Sevens by finishing top of Pool A on Saturday, beating Fiji by 26-14 and USA by 21-15 after a 49-0 demol
Welterweight champion Kamaru Usman retains his title by defeating challenge of Colby Covington in the final round at UFC 245 in Las Vegas.
[Deutsche Welle] Online shopping is an increasingly popular option in rural Africa for those who wish to avoid a very long trip to the nearest store. The e-commerce sector has great potential in Africa but has many hurdles to overcome.
Patrick Pouyanné tells CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick why carbon pricing is needed to kick start carbon capture and storage projects….
The African continent is more vulnerable than any other region to the world’s changing weather patterns.
Former Test wicketkeeper Mark Boucher is named South Africa’s new head coach on a four-year deal.
Caf wins a legal battle against Lagardere Sports over its decision to scrap a US$1 billion television and marketing rights deal with the France-based company.
The CEO of energy giant Total, Patrick Pouyanné, tells CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick of the high emotions of the public surrounding energy production….
Lord John Browne reveals the true story behind why him being ‘outed’ by a UK newspaper in 2007 led to his departure from BP….
LAGOS (Reuters) – An armed group that kidnapped humanitarian workers in northeastern Nigeria five months ago has claimed it killed four hostages, international aid agency Action Against Hunger said on Friday.
[Premium Times] Lagos -… my framework relies on these factors – culture, doing business ranking, EM status, and soft power ranking – to recommend sectors in Africa that are likely to be successfully tapped by foreign investors. I rely on the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) in this regard. The sectors considered are as follows: energy, materials, industrials, consumer…
Critics say the government should allow the use of US dollars and other currencies to tame soaring prices in Zimbabwe.
One in four Nigerians suffers from mental illness, but help is hampered by tight budgets and a lack of skilled staff.
Lord Browne tells CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick why the UK needs to avoid Brexit turning it into the “sick man of Europe”…