At least six dead in al Shabaab attack on Somalia's capital [No Comment]

At least six people were killed on Monday (September 10) in an al Shabaab attack.

Ugandan entrepreneur makes bicycles from bamboo

At a workshop in Uganda’s capital, Kampala Noordin Kasoma inspects handmade bicycles produced by his.

Africa space technology [The Morning Call]

A few days ago Angola sent a satellite into space. A first for the country.

Egypt uncovers the remains of a powerful ancient priest

Archeologists on Sunday streamed live the discovery of a 2500-year-old remains of a powerful ancient.

Botswana's President Ian Khama asks Mugabe to relinquish power

Botswana President Ian Khama said on Friday that Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe should end his.

Congo: Police accused of killing two during anti-government protests

Congolese security forces shot dead two men on Sunday during protests against President Joseph Kabila’s.

Nigeria: Killing of aid workers raises fears [The Morning Call]

Hauwa Liman and Saifura Ahmed Khorsa were aid workers in Nigeria who met their death.

Zimbabwe govt warns opposition; US, UK bemoan post-poll violence

The United States and Britain have expressed concern over post-election violence in Zimbabwe. They urged.

Senegal-born Sibeth Ndiaye named spokeswoman of French govt

French President Emmanuel Macron has appointed his Senegalese-born media advisor as government spokeswoman, one of.

Video: Protestors defy orders to end sit-in at Sudan army headquarters

Sudanese demonstrators snubbed calls by the country’s military rulers to end their sit-in protest at.