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.

Russia 2018 Qualifiers: Africa status update

With the World Cup qualifying stages drawing to a close, Victor Muisyo took us through.

Akon wants to build ‘Crypto City’ [Sci tech]

American-Senegalese artist Akon has revealed plans to outdoor a new cryptocurrency named after himself called.

AU seeks to double intra-Africa trade by 2021

Free Trade in Africa* The African Union is working to actualize the Continental Free Trade.

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.

Nigerians take part in drive to clean up ocean on World Cleanup Day [No Comment]

Nigerian women and children picked up plastic waste at a beach in Lagos on Saturday.

Liberia’s vice-president Joseph Boakai seeks to replace Sirleaf [The Morning Call]

Liberia’s outgoing President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf will step down as Africa’s first female head of.

DR Congo: Public trail of alleged under aged prostitutes

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

Nigerian football team promised $20k per goal in Cameroon clash

The Nigerian senior national football team, Super Eagles, have been promised $20000 per goal in.