Blind football represents hope and belonging for Egypt's one million visually impaired.
Less than 15% pf patients seek out care for this vicious form of gangrene
The mountain kingdom’s politicians keep playing the same old game, with the same frustrating results
Moon cups, reusable pads and period panties are all alternatives to disposable pads and tampons, but they may not work for everyone.
More than 383 000 people have fled to Uganda since July when violence resumed in the South Sudanese capital of Juba.
TB treatment is available for free in South Africa. But 20% of people are never diagnosed and spread the disease unknowingly.
Ugandans hoping to travel abroad have been left stranded after the country’s Ministry of Internal Affairs ran out of stock for ordinary passports.
June 12 is the World Day Against Child Labour. The UN estimates that 168 million children are being put to work globally.
The contract is part of a drive by the Nigerian government to privatise its dilapidated state assets.
Dissatisfied ex-combatants who aren’t serving in the formal military structures pose the biggest long-term threat to the stability of the country.
Patrice Lumumba believed that a lasting peace could be achieved through good will, not rifles and bayonets. The great man's vision now lies in tatters
There are fears that Zambia is slipping into authoritarian rule under President Edgar Lungu.
Africa’s Great Green Wall is a colossal initiative to improve life in the drylands that surround the Sahara.
Internet users in Cameroon have once again taken to the streets urging their government to restore internet connectivity in English-speaking regions
The plan aims to protect both workers and the environment when dealing with electronic waste at Agbogbloshie, a major dumping site outside of Accra