In a Victory for Women in Sudan, Female Genital Mutilation Is...

A new law criminalizes genital cutting, a harmful practice that nine in 10 Sudanese women are said to have endured. But some warned laws...

Ethiopia, once one of world’s fastest growing economies, is seeing carefully...

Ethiopia’s once promising economy has run into a wall as the global economic crisis unleashed by the coronavirus pandemic devastates the nation of more...

Nigerians are worried a Covid-19 catastrophe is unfolding in this ancient...

As of early May, Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country, had over 3,000 Covid-19 cases and more than 100 deaths with most cases, unsurprisingly, being found in...

Refugees, although living in isolated camps, face a greater fear than...

There’s a similar sense of foreboding in conflict zones across Africa. Burkina Faso is grappling with one of the world’s fastest growing displacement crises, with...

Racist Attacks on Africans in India Hit Unprecedented Levels (video)

Previously, a lot of people thought racism only existed in the West. But the latest incidents in the Middle East and Asia, where black...

At least 50 Nigerian Christians killed by Fulani attacks in March,...

A Nigerian civil society organization is reporting that no less than 50 Christians were killed in March and 10 in the first two days...

South Africa’s ruthlessly efficient fight against coronavirus

One week into South Africa's nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus, and it is tempting - dangerously tempting - to breathe a...

Creating Opportunities To Nurture Agripreneurship Among Africa’s Youth

With the increasing domestic and regional demand for diversified and processed food, there is a high opportunity to develop the agrifood business in Africa...

Johannesburg Neighborhoods, Named After European Immigrants/Racist

Where did Johannesburg neighborhoods names come from? Johannesburg neighborhoods cover a larger area within the city affectionately known as the “City of Gold”, or...

S.Africa reports first virus death as lockdown starts

South African troops are enforcing a 21-day lockdown against the virus. Johannesburg, South Africa recorded its first death from coronavirus on Friday as its infection...