Since the outbreak of Ebola in west Africa a number of countries have launched information campaigns to curb the consumption of bushmeat.
Dirty diesel from Euro companies fuels pollution in Africa, toxic fumes a health 'ticking time bomb'
In the report, "Dirty Diesel", Public Eye calls on Swiss-based firms to sell only fuels that meet higher regulatory standards.
‘Exiting Nigeria is a very big decision and would not be taken lightly,’ airline country chief says as currency controls bite carriers.
Our very own superheroes: Africa's X-Men, Iron Man and Spiderman as continent's comics industry takes off
An increasing number of start-ups on the continent are offering new breeds of superheroes strictly from Africa, and to 'amazing' reception.
Price tags with several zeroes: Lagos concept store brings modern African luxury to Nigeria's ultra-rich
11 of Africa's biggest fortunes are found in the country according to Forbes, but the city has largely failed to cater for their type, until now.
Nigeria produces just 1.5% of the electricity it needs; lighting it is new president Buhari's big challenge
Exasperated Nigerians dubbed the Power Holding Company of Nigeria the "Please Hold Candle Nearby" company.
Dangote has seen his wealth fall $3.4 billion this year, more than anybody else aside from US billionaire Warren Buffett - but he's undeterred.
People in the slums of Africa's cities sometimes live on the extreme of poverty; and often their response is extreme mind-blowing innovation.
Nigeria uses beach polo to woo investors to its 'Dubai' - the biggest real estate building site in Africa
Hundreds of kilometres from fighting between the Islamist group Boko Haram and the Nigerian Army, entertainment is the name of the game.
African students always protest when fees are sought, but quality education is not cheap.
Annual event has become one of the biggest photography festivals.
With car horns, loud hum of generators, beats of loud music, and 20 million people talking and shouting, residents can barely hear themselves think.