What lies ahead after the latest UN reports claim Al-Shabaab militants have changed tactics to enable more frequent and deadly attacks
William Shakespeare was right, the evil that men do live with them.
This is the beginning of Africa's independence. Long overdue and it comes with features for the global market. Amazing!
Will the ousting of Omar al-Bashir put an end to the Sudan-South Sudan border crisis?
It appears the time when citizens clapped and cheered their political leaders despite the hunger and hardships in the country, is long over
Religious Liberty Partnership Calls for Continued Violence Against Nigerian Christians to Be Addressed
Escalating violence that has killed thousands of Christians in Central Nigeria must be addressed by the international Christian community and a Nigerian government that has harassed victims, a global religious…
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Togolese authorities to conduct a swift and thorough investigation into a clearly targeted attack on investigative reporter LoÃ¯c Lawson's car after he published…
A customised executive education programme co-designed by the University of Cape Town's (UCT) Graduate School of Business (GSB) and Standard Bank has won gold at the prestigious European Foundation for…
Unregulated extraction is to blame for the rising demand for sand and gravel, which is currently pegged at 40-50 billion tonnes per year.
Africa: Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Rwanda and South Africa Amongst Winning Projects and Pioneers at African Power, Energy & Water Industry Awards
Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Rwanda and South Africa amongst winning projects and pioneers at African Power, Energy & Water Industry AwardsMother City gathered power and water industries' best