Ex-Angola leader dos Santos admits mistakes during presidency

Angolan President Joao Lourenco on Saturday took the helm of the ruling MPLA party, winning.

Egypt opens a 4000-year old tomb to the public

Egypt on Saturday allowed the public to visit a 4000-year old tomb in the Saqqara.

Tanzania’s ruling party responds to U.S criticisms over by-election

Tanzania’s ruling party on Saturday responded to criticisms by the United States over its August.

DR Congo: Public trail of alleged under aged prostitutes

With Dozens of arrests and public trials: Kinshasa the capital of the DR Congo is.

AU declares peaceful elections in eSwatini

African Union Observer Mission in its preliminary report, published after Friday’s parliamentary elections said a.

Mauritania: crisis in South Sudan, Western Sahara et al to dominate 31st AU summit

The 31st ordinary summit of the African Union is underway in Nouakchott, the Mauritanian capital..

Egyptians rally support for Sisi as he begins his second term

Egyptians have expressed confidence in President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi as he was sworn in for.

Stranded Aquarius migrants arrive in Spain

After a gruelling 9-day journey at sea, a total of 629 rescued migrants arrived in.

Ecrans Noir film festival comes to an end

It is the end of the 22nd edition of the Ecrans Noir Festival in Yaoundé,.

UN decries ‘despicable’ bias by rich countries as refugee numbers soar

The United Nations’ High Commissioner for Refugees on Monday said governments in many rich countries.