The rate of uptake of technology on the continent has been dizzying, but the pitfalls could be deeper if not anticipated.
When not drinking tea, Britons pride themselves on their observance of basic freedoms. But it depends on the nature of the interest involved.
'When I go back and I ask myself what went wrong'--US president Barack Obama on Libya, but Africans could already have told him.
A different approach of tackling the continent's challenges is needed, and from Ethiopia, there just may be one.
Essentially the biggest transgression in the Seychelles’ recent election was drunk voters—and too much voting!
It is not everyday the president of the United States comes to Kenya. It can be unnerving sometimes.
Visit to Namibia was meant to raise royal’s profile and make Britain feel good about itself. It’s not working so far.
The frugal ways of country's incoming top banker, choosing to live in a "monastery" with no frills, are leaving many scratching their heads.
Ghana president Mahama has been nicknamed "Mr Dumsor"--meaning "Mr Off And On".
For the man known as "Petero" in the villages, he is focused on a near-certain third term.