Since the outbreak of Ebola in west Africa a number of countries have launched information campaigns to curb the consumption of bushmeat.
African countries bid for ‘anchor points’ in China’s billion-dollar Silk Road plan— it could set off 'mini battles'
Togo latest nation to pitch as Asian giant builds a trade web around Europe and Africa in bid for geopolitical power
Togo opposition parties demonstrate for reforms, as Gnassingbe promises first local elections in 30 years
The Global Political Agreements, signed by the ruling party and opposition groups, limits the number of presidential terms to two
Full-year profit dropped 73%. After expanding into more than 30 African countries, bank has said it’s time to consolidate its holdings
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.
The argument until now has always been that when it comes to democracy, small is beautiful. Then came Togo, Benin, Burundi and Rwanda.
Togo leader Gnassingbe seeks to extend family rule beyond 50 years - an Africa record - in weekend vote
Many university graduates eke out a living as motorcycle taxi drivers, earning as little as $1.60 a day after costs.
It is voting season in West Africa, and voting dates remain a potent weapon.
West Africa votes: Nigeria at standstill, Ecowas urges Togo poll delay and tension over Guinea elections
Africa’s biggest economy shuts borders ahead of Saturday ballot as region in a flurry over polls
Senegal partially reopens borders with worst-hit Ebola states, and Togo minister says 'we cannot relax efforts'
Announcement came after Liberia lifted its state of emergency citing huge gains in the fight against the deadly disease.