Unscrupulous developers and corrupt officials are driving pastoralists from traditional grazing areas.
Every year, 390,000 people pour into Kinshasa to escape war and poverty, but also to study or to follow a dream - the equivalent of a mid-sized city
New business travellers herald age of the serviced apartment - what it means for Africa's city hotels
In 2015/16, there were 8,802 serviced apartments in 102 locations in Africa - a rise of 89% and 34% respectively
Some 89.3% of Gabonese have access to electricity, the highest rate in mainland sub-Saharan Africa, second to only Mauritius and Seychelles.