Nearly half of world's natural heritage sites - 71% of sub-Sahara Africa's - at risk, including Victoria Falls, Kilimanjaro>M&G Africa Reporter and AFP
1.78 million people depend on sub-Saharan Africa's heritage sites for livelihood
Rwanda ruling party backs bid for Kagame 3rd term, as 3.7m - 72% of registered voters - sign support petition>M&G Africa Reporter and AFP
Newspaper says three MPs, thought to be opposed to lifting term limits, have resigned suggesting dissent is being quashed.
People are changing their Burundian francs for dollars or euros, and sheltering their savings in their homes or in neighbouring Rwanda.
Authorities say decision taken to prevent any 'act of terrorism and insecurity'
Good week for Africa’s former generals, Boko Haram’s favourite drug, and a Madiba phone app, and Obasanjo seen seeking jobs from Buhari
Africa's oldest leader, who turns 91 later this month, was fresh from taking over the rotating chairmanship of the African Union.
From Nigeria, Cameroon, Somalia to Libya it has been bad days at the office for Africa's terror groups>M&G Africa Reporter and AFP
Clashes between Chadian troops and Boko Haram fighters during a raid in Nigeria have killed 200 Islamists and nine soldiers.
Nigeria calls for help after deadly Boko attack kills possibly 2,000; and girl, 10, blows herself up>M&G Africa Reporter and AFP
Nigeria's military -- West Africa's largest -- has faced repeated criticism for failing to end the six-year Islamist insurgency.
Tens of thousands set to participate in trials of vaccines, and 837 health workers from the continent have joined the fight. Is the end in sight?
Country has a history of difficult relations with Chinese oil companies operating on its soil