People power challenging African dictators

On November 21, after more than a week of military pressure and mass protests, Mugabe had no choice but to resign.
By Panashe Mnemo and Michael Dodo Mar. 19, 2024

Ivorians put poor group stage behind them, eye Afcon glory

But there was also credit for the work of Gasset.
By Supersport Jan. 30, 2024

Human activity pushing Africa’s birds of prey into decline

These datasets spanned surveys conducted during two crucial periods: 1969-1995 and 2000-2020.
By The Exchange Jan. 22, 2024

Deze raWasu eyes French art competition

The song Rudo Rwangu appears to be doing wonders for Deze raWasu as last month the group through this song reached the finals of the Intercontinental Bienal exhibition in Latin America.
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 28, 2023

Zim’s filmmakers qualify for Mzansi’s DFMI business lab

Riyano yesterday told NewsDay Life & Style that she wants to tell African stories on a global scale whilst fostering social impact.
By Winston Antonio Oct. 6, 2023

Africa’s growing democracy deficit

Coups in Mali, Guinea, Burkina Faso, Chad and Niger have underlined the region’s instability amid threats from insurgents and weak democratic institutions.
By Silence Sep. 15, 2023

Dozens killed in 'barbaric' Burkina Faso attacks

Militant groups linked to al-Qaeda and the Islamic State (IS) are known to operate in the region.
By Bbc News Apr. 9, 2023

Burkina Faso suspends France 24 broadcasts

France 24 aired the interview with Aqim’s leader Yezid Mebarek earlier this month, after France killed his predecessor in an air raid.
By Bbc News Mar. 27, 2023

North Burkina Faso ambush kills at least 16 security forces

Sixteen security forces were killed in an ambush in Burkina Faso's insurgent-hit north on Wednesday, three security sources said on Friday.
By Reuters Feb. 10, 2023