The World Health Organization (WHO) launched a mobile phone app to help contact tracers monitor cases of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the organization announced this week.
A mob of some 100 militants of the Islamic terror group Boko Haram raided and torched a Church in the far north of Cameroon, local media reported Wednesday.
China launched a workshop this week under its Belt and Road News Network (BRNN) aimed at promoting propaganda about its global infrastructure initiative among Latin American and African media personnel.
The Constitutional Court of South Africa upheld a previous ruling by a lower court on Wednesday that effectively outlawed spanking and the use of any physical punishment against children across the country.
The ruling far-left regime in Zimbabwe refused to confirm this week how much the construction of a mausoleum for late dictator Robert Mugabe will cost.
Al-Shabaab, the al-Qaeda wing in Somalia, carried out a wave of attacks over the weekend using heavy weapons to kill at least 17 people in the East African country.
Forces loyal to renegade Gen. Khalifa Haftar on Monday launched airstrikes on the coastal city of Sirte currently held by the internationally recognized government, expanding the conflict beyond the capital of Tripoli.
The president of the war-torn Central African Republic warned Sunday that stability in Europe is conditioned upon stability in Africa because “everything is connected.”
A worldwide sweep spearheaded by the DOJ has arrested 281 alleged email scammers, including 167 in Nigeria and 74 in the United States. This represents the largest coordinated action against online scammers yet undertaken.
Members of Zimbabwe’s opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party are planning to protest late dictator Robert Mugabe’s funeral on Thursday in honor of the tens of thousands Mugabe killed, local media reported on Tuesday.
Kenyan doctors are decrying a government memorandum ordering them to mentor “incompetent” Cuban slave doctors as they cannot be trusted to work alone, noting that they opposed importing more doctors to the African country when so many native medical professionals are out of a job, Diario de Cuba reported on Monday.
Christian leaders in Ethiopia have denounced a campaign to spread an LGBT agenda in the country, calling on the government to defend the nation’s religious values.
“There is no electricity, there is no water. I do blame Mugabe for that because he’s the one who drove all the white farmers out of the country. If it wasn’t for him, we would be in a better state by now.”
Sudan’s new Minister of Religious Affairs Nasr al-Din Mufreh has called on Jewish expatriates to return home to the African nation following the ousting of former president Omar al Bashir.
Poverty is not something foreordained or inevitable, Pope Francis told young people in Madagascar on Sunday. He said poverty must be fought against and overcome.
Pope Francis continued his ecological campaign in Madagascar this weekend, admiring the nation’s extensive flora and fauna while warning of devastating fallout due to a loss of biodiversity.
Some of the world’s most authoritarian nations offered condolences to the government of Zimbabwe over the death of leftist mass murderer Robert Mugabe on Friday, who ruled the country for 30 years before being ousted in a coup in 2017.
The nearly four-decade-long reign of terror at the hands of Zimbabwe’s late dictator Robert Mugabe left behind a trail of rampant corruption, death, gross human right abuses, and famine.
The death of Zimbabwean dictator Robert Mugabe aged 95 has come as a relief to freedom fighters around the world. However, many of his fellow tyrants considered him both a friend and ally.
Former Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe died Friday at the age of 95. His successor Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa confirmed the death on Twitter and offered his condolences.
The World Food Program (WFP) for the second time this year stopped distributing a so-called “nutritious porridge” known as “Super Cereal” across Uganda pending an investigation into food poisoning concerns, the Daily Monitor learned this week.
Pope Francis encouraged Mozambique’s political leaders Thursday to employ the “weapons of peace” to continue the process of reconciliation in the strife-torn nation.
The ongoing slaughter of Christians in Nigeria is part of a “hidden agenda” to convert the nation to Islam, an agenda that reaches to the highest echelons of the nation’s leadership, according to local prelates.
Nigerian Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Tuesday denounced a spate of attacks on Nigerians and other migrants living in South Africa as “unacceptable and unconscionable,” especially given the role Nigerians played in bringing down apartheid.
Some American workers are planning to protest the Angolan government’s delegation’s planned visits to New York City and D.C., Breitbart News has learned.
Boko Haram terrorists entered the northeastern Nigerian village of Chibok, Borno, this weekend, burning down homes and looting food to sustain themselves according to locals.
At least 155 migrants from Sub-Saharan Africa successfully entered the Spanish enclave of Ceuta after climbing over fences or walking across a border post separating the territory from Morocco, authorities said Friday.
HONG KONG (AP) — The Latest on the protests in Hong Kong (all times local): 5:45 p.m. The pro-democracy group Demosisto says Hong Kong activists Joshua Wong and Agnes Chow have been granted bail. Demosisto leader Wong and member Chow
Russia’s Rosatom state nuclear energy corporation is inking deals with African nations for nuclear reactors, including some highly unstable governments and undeveloped nations that do not require the amount of electricity generated by the plants.
China delivered the first batch of a total of 130 buses for a non-existent public transportation network in the besieged capital of Libya, local officials announced over the weekend.