Ben Ali, who ruled Tunisia from 1987 until 2011, was viewed by some as a bulwark against Islamist extremist
We must not allow ourselves to be distracted or caught up in the noise around the first 100 days.
The LDCs, which constitute over 50 per cent of Africa’s 54 countries, are still heavily dependent on the trade taxes...
Kipyegon made a winning return to the track after a two-year maternity break at the Prefontaine Diamond League in June
No legal action has been taken against Miloudi, despite waves of outrage on social media
Ilunga, who resigned as health minister in July, was detained while hiding in an apartment in Kinshasa
In 2017, Lesotho became the first country in Africa to allow the cultivation of cannabis for medicinal purposes
Zimbabwe's first President, Robert Gabriel Mugabe has died, aged 95, but his death has not allayed fears about the future of Zim
Mugabe had been battling ill health, and his fall from office in November 2017,
The announcement had been delayed for days as Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok mulled over proposed nominees
His address came after days of protests demanding an end to the scourge of rape and murder of women
New mines range from gold, zinc, rare earth, uranium, nickel and rutile to manganese,
On its Twitter handle, the Nigerian foreign ministry says free flights have been offered to Nigerian traders wishing to go back home.
The Republic of Congo is taking a major step towards protecting its valuable rainforest.
The two countries will work together to counter illegal migration networks, terrorism and organised crime
The rally was prompted by two recent brutal murders that have triggered outcry