The man who inspired the novel and the Hollywood film Hotel Rwanda, Paul Rusesabagina, was released late Friday evening from prison after the Rwandan government commuted his sentence.
Vice President Harris will visit Ghana, Tanzania and Zambia to discuss issues like economic growth and food security. She's the highest-ranking administration official to travel to the continent.
Uganda's parliament has passed sweeping new anti-LGBTQ+ laws with tougher punishments, making some acts punishable by death.
The countries hit by this unprecedented storm now must help survivors who may have lost nearly everything. We talk to an aid worker on the ground in Mozambique for insights.
Tens of thousands of people have been displaced by heavy rains that triggered floods and mudslides in southern Africa. The death toll is expected to rise.
In the 74 years that the Academy of Motion Pictures has selected a winner in the international film category, the statistics paint a tilted global picture.
Tuberculosis kills 1.6 million a year — the second deadliest infectious disease after COVID-19. Using immune cells and mRNA technology, scientists in South Africa are working on a new vaccine.
The corridor is perched above the ancient wonder's main entrance, authorities said. The function of the chamber is unknown, although such corridors often lead to further archaeological discoveries.
For Tinubu, it's the culmination of a deeply held ambition. But the elections have been criticized over logistical failings and violence that suppressed the vote.
Opposition parties in Africa's largest democracy are crying foul and calling for fresh elections in Nigeria, citing claims of vote rigging.
A cultural center in Senegal is creating a safe space where artists can use their platform to speak about climate change while also finding opportunities in the art and music scene.
Nigerians went to the polls on Saturday in what many see as the most competitive election in decades. But voting in some parts of the country did not go as smoothly as planned.
The continent's largest democracy and biggest economy holds a presidential election Saturday that's come down to a race of three leading candidates.
A year after Russia's invasion of Ukraine sparked the largest conflict in Europe since World War II, the repercussions continue to reverberate.
There's been increased demand for the endangered species' horn by some east Asians who believe it has medicinal properties.