It is particularly dangerous to be an elderly person in Tanzania’s rural areas and villages.
Dodgy jury duty is hampering the legal system in Ghana — but with a few reforms this can change.
Lecturers and students began campaigning for the Indian nationalist leader's statue to be removed shortly after it was installed.
Asamoah said she wanted to see young people help uplift the continent
Launch concert sets twitter on fire
Once Africa’s economic shining star, Ghana now in the IMF's clutches— and for some, sales are down 90%
Growth in the country, an oil supplier since 2010, is languishing near the slowest pace in 20 years—the result of giddy government spending.
Overweight and obese women in US were compared with lean ones in rural Nigeria - results showed both groups were burning the same amount of calories!
Security in the capitals of Senegal, Ghana and Ivory Coast has been tightened al-Qaeda killed more than 20 people at a Radisson hotel in Bamako
Lesser known African cities from four corners of the continent remind us why they shouldn't be overlooked
And you've probably never heard of them before.
Among other things, plans to develop 4,000 kilometres of rail lines covering the entire country to enable commute between towns.
The one mistake a lot of the countries on the continent are making is taking on so much debt in dollars.
The "taking of the sacred stone" ceremony was started in 1663 by settlers from the Gold Coast - modern-day Ghana - and has now taken place 353 times.
Court orders Kenyan teachers to end strike - are Africa's educators greedy or damned? Here are the numbers
In some countries teachers are paid less than a gardener or security guard in the rich suburbs of cities like Nairobi and Johannesburg.
With US Fed meeting this Thursday for a much-watched meeting, the continent will be holding its breath--the outcome portends much for its economy.
The Nigerian exchange has more than 180 securities listed, while on the other extreme Sierra Leone's has only one stock.
Ghana is the only West African country to have held four presidential debates back to back.
Nearly 200 Nigerians killed in the three weeks since he was sworn in; will the real Buhari stand up?
Uganda’s Obote, Nigeria’s Obasanjo, Benin’s Kerekou, Ghana’s Rawlings reveal that second presidential second comings mostly go right - but wrong too.
Zuma and Ghana VP slam leaders who break term limits, as Rwanda minister says nation backs Kagame 3rd run
Differing from Rwanda's analysis, World Bank's Makhtar Diop said the conflict in Burundi may damage investors’ perceptions of the whole continent.
A serving of nostalgia and controversy from African consumerism "back in the day"