President Paul Kagame on Tuesday asserted Rwanda’s story as that of growth and not just “a country of genocide”, emphasising the country’s reconciliation and economic growth. He also cautioned other African countries on the dangers of foreign aid
A solar farm in Tunisia could soon provide energy to around 2.5 million homes in the UK. It is said to be 20 per cent cheaper than other sources
The president of Zambia, Michael Sata has gone abroad for a medical check-up. This comes amid concerns over the state of his health
European superiority through production of knowledge to impart to colonial subjects was an important element of colonial education. In Uganda, it seems primary education is now almost fully decolonised, as Bwesigye bwa Mwesigire writes
South African comedian Trevor Noah will be a cast member on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” in the US. Here’s a compilation of five short clips in honour of his new gig
A conference is under way in the Netherlands, with more than 800 participants conferring for two days in search of more business opportunities in Africa. But critics say the new “more business, less aid” approach is not all it’s cracked up to be.
Low on money but high on life, what finally comes into focus travelling in South Africa is a separation between people on either side of the road
When death left Fela Kuti’s pouch and his body passed in 1997 his greatness was yet to be globally digested. Now approaching two decades on, has the potency of his visions and innovations diminished? Who carries his music and Felasophy forward today?
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s legal representatives confirmed on Tuesday that they had filed papers in court challenging the estate of the former president, Nelson Mandela, seeking the rights to his house in Qunu, South Africa