IMF sets out carrot-and-stick plan for Somali economy: it's a big task—up to 95% of its currency notes are fake>M&G Africa Reporter & Agencies
The bank's last mission to Somalia was sighted in November 1989, when it tackled a contraction in growth rate of -1.5%, now it is more involved.
Senegalese ebola 'fighters' take hard lessons they learnt to Latin America to help fight Zika outbreak>M&G Africa Reporter & Agencies
The number of babies born with suspected microcephaly in Brazil since October has now reached nearly 4,000
Rhino horn is, in reality, made of keratin - the same protein that makes up our own nails and hair
Cameroon deports over 12,000 Nigerians, and Chadian forces killed at least 117 Boko Haram fighters in recent weeks.
Critics claim hardliners in Nkurunziza’s regime might have killed Nshimirimana to either justify or provoke a wider crackdown.
South Africans finally get a peek into the homestead that has captured the country's imagination for the past five years.
African Union forces kill five militants in Somalia camp, including 'notorious' leader Mohammed Dahir
UPDATE: 6 killed as 'Shabaab' hit Mogadishu hotels; new strategy targeting Somalia and Kenya emerges>M&G Africa Reporter & Agencies
More than 500 people have been killed in attacks by Islamist militants in Kenya since a raid on a Nairobi mall in September 2013.
Last month Chad banned Islamic veils after terror attacks in its capital, following earlier similar action by Congo.
Uganda leader is one of longest-serving African rulers after Equatorial Guinea's Nguema, Angola’s dos Santos, Zimbabwe’s Mugabe and Cameroon’s Biya.