[allAfrica] It used to be that African-born players were clamouring to feature for European nations, with the continent losing a steady stream of stars that would otherwise bolster their national sides.
[Premium Times] The MSF, otherwise known as Doctors Without Borders, has said that at least 52 people were killed after a Nigerian fighter jet accidentally dropped a bomb on an internally displaced persons, IDP, camp.
[allAfrica] It was not the start they were hoping for and Cote d'Ivoire coach Michel Dussuyer was quick to voice his displeasure after the defending African Nations Cup champions were held to a scrappy 0-0 draw by Togo in their Group C opener on Monday.
[New Zimbabwe] Kariba based pastor Patrick Mugadza who last week predicted the death of President Robert Mugabe by claiming 93-year-old would breathe his last on October 17 was arrested this Monday at the Harare Magistrates Courts.
[allAfrica] Late last year, the Democratic Republic of the Congo approached a constitutional crisis. As President Joseph Kabila's second and final term drew to a close, there was no plan for elections to select his replacement. Fears of an indefinite delay spread. Security forces met peaceful protests with violence, and the country girded for prolonged […]
[Nation] In the coming weeks, Somalia will head to a crucial presidential election that will define the country's strategic direction as it strives to regain stability after 25 years of conflict and get ready for a one-person, one-vote election in 2020.
[RFI] The inauguration for Gambia's President-elect Adama Barrow may take place outside of the capital Banjul as President Yahya Jammeh continues to refuse to leave office, according to Nigeria's Foreign Minister Geoffrey Onyeama.