Ugandans are outraged at the sanctions recently imposed against their country for the anti-gay law. But if sanctions are the US’s tool for keeping African countries in line, why not sanctions against Egypt, too?
A Zambian magistrate has thrown out the state’s case against two men for having relations “against the order of nature”, saying the state could not prove its case against them
With geopolitics playing in, travellers from some countries get more travel freedom than others, a new ranking shows.
While giving a speech at the launch of a new farming settlement, Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe stated that white people will no longer have the right to own land in the southern African country
Those thought to have been dispossessed of land prior to 1913, particularly from the Khoi and San ethnicities, might now have another chance to make a claim.
Every year, tens of thousands of Africans arrive in Europe without papers, seeking a better life. Despite widespread claims to the contrary, this suits powerful European interests that profit from informal and illegal trades.
The recent terrorist attack in Mpeketoni was merely the last in a long line of similar attacks on Kenyan soil since Kenyan troops were first deployed in Somalia 3 years ago. As insecurity rises with each new attack, some are starting to ask if Kenya should withdraw.
South Africa is forging ahead with nuclear energy, as announced by president Jacob Zuma in his recent state of the nation speech. “Catastrophe”, was one immediate prediction. Nuclear power has a bad reputation, but is Zuma actually right this time?
A lawyer and supporters say a staunchly Muslim family in northern Nigeria has forcefully admitted their son into a mental hospital for declaring he is an atheist