Africa doesn't come with new stacks of cards or new ideas to the game of world politics. It likes to bring blame, and threats to withdraw
12 amazing facts about Africa's battle with AIDS that show the huge gains, and what remains to be done
It once threatened to destroy the continent. Now there's a rich buzz about an AIDS free generation. You've to see some of the numbers to believe them.
Thanks to the progress of the last 15 years, the geography of poverty has changed.
About 585 million people, or 72% of the population in sub-Saharan Africa, still live in or at the brink of poverty.
There was never a loaded rifle Zuma never wanted to shoot – at his foot; but he’s cleverly exploited crises in Africa to bury xenophobia baggage.
While WEF could be viewed as a well run and attended talk shop, it's incumbent on business and political leaders to move beyond that to action.
1,250 gather in Cape Town for the 'African Davos' to hear stories of continent's upbeat economic future
The record levels of participation at this year's gathering can be seen to reflect an optimism in the economic prospects of the region, says WEF.
Surprising: Libya is the happiest country in Africa; Togo, Burundi gloomy, and Zimbabwe most improved
In Africa, money doesn’t always buy you happiness – but happiness can almost buy you money.
Afghan residents beg at the side of a road in Herat on January 19, 2015
By 2040 Africa’s working-age population will be the largest in the world at 1 billion, 10m young Africans joining the labour market every year
Because of Ebola, a South Korean restaurant won’t admit Africans, and an Italian school requires more health checks for African students.
Zimbabwe surprisingly took the top spot for Africa’s most improved nation this year, and Central African Republic declined the most in the world