Al Ahly will bid for an unprecedented third straight African Champions League title against Wydad Casablanca in the final on 30 May.
Only MPs, voting in a heavily fortified zone, will decide on who will lead the troubled country.
How Peace Hyde went from teaching science in the UK to making the first Netflix Africa reality TV series.
The gruesome murder of Deborah Samuel was recorded and shared on social media.
Zimbabwean farmers looking to cash in on the global boom in medicinal cannabis face a litany of costs and regulatory barriers, but growers such as Munyaradzi Nyanungo are betting it will boost their fortunes after decades of economic decline.
Demonstrators have been demanding the release of two suspects held over the murder of a Christian student.
The Ethiopian government has revoked the media accreditation of The Economist journalist Tom Gardner.
This Sunday, Somalia will hold its long-awaited presidential elections. But why is it significant?
African governments face civil unrest from people who are hungrier and poorer because of the pandemic, war in Ukraine, climate pressures on food systems and poor policy decisions
Some 20 million people face severe hunger but aid agencies say the world’s attention is on Ukraine.
The co-creator of the Netflix show Young, Famous & African spoke to us about the show’s success.
The decision by Nigeria’s government to withdraw the nation from all international basketball is “heart-wrenching”, says Upe Atosu.
Asli Hassan Abade made history in 1976 by becoming the first female military pilot in Somalia and in Africa.
Electrification of the global economy has created fresh demand for the ‘red metal’, pushing the price of copper to a 10-year high
More than 11,000 schools have closed in Nigeria due to insecurity since December 2020, UNICEF said last month.
Zambian President Hakainde Hichilema met his counterparts from South Africa and Botswana, Cyril Ramaphosa and Mokgweetsi Masisi, respectively, on the sidelines of the Investing in African Mining Indaba 2022 to discuss trade and investments.
Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor, John Mangudya, called it painful, but a “temporary, necessary measure to ensure that there is sanity in terms of taming inflation”.
Protais Mpiranya led the presidential guard that killed the then-PM and 10 Belgian peacekeepers.
The US is not opposed to China investing in Africa but wants to make sure “that it follows the highest standards”, says US Under Secretary for Economic Growth, Energy and the Environment Jose W Fernandez on the sidelines of the Investing in African Mining Indaba 2022.
A measles outbreak in Zimbabwe has resulted in the death of 14 children in Manicaland, at a time when about 17 500 cases have been confirmed in Africa so far this year.
African governments are signalling support for digital currencies that promise to leapfrog their economies into the digital era