Newly released figures show Nigeria’s comatose insurance sector may finally be waking up. By Martins Azuwike in Lagos.
Africa needs to stop deferring to Europe and America on moral and scientific matters and chart a new course free…
World leaders and energy giants to discuss ways to harness Africa’s 'green energy’ potential at the NAFNIS 2022 event.
Why more needs to be done to help refugees across the world. By Valery Mbaoh and the Africa Refugee-Led Network.
A look at why the Central African Republic is embracing cryptocurrencies, Ethiopia is embracing M-Pesa, and Sasol is hoping to…
Historian Samuel Adu-Gyamfi explains how the Russia-Ukraine conflict has exposed the hypocrisy at the heart of Western 'liberalism' – and…
As more and more countries roll out vaccine passports, African history professor Toby Green believes the world needs to act…
President Akufo-Addo’s government is faced with attacks from land and sea, as fears grow over Ghana’s security woes. By Cliff…
More than a year after the Covid-19 pandemic forced a postponement, African athletes limber up for the Olympics, reports Oladipo…
As 4G rollout ramps up, authorities across Africa are working together to tackle cybercrime. By Zachary Ochieng.
President Buhari has launched a new security initiative to end piracy in the Gulf of Guinea. By Francis Ezem in…
Liberian journalists demand government assistance to keep the industry alive. By Jonathan Paye-Layleh in Monrovia.
Your quick news round-up from across Africa, including the latest kidnap-ransoms in Nigeria, Burundi's thawing relations with the EU and…
Donald Paul reports from South Africa on the street protests and anti-migrant laws targeting Nigerians and other foreigners. Back in…

Bouteflika over pushes his luck

Moffat Ekoriko May 10, 2019
A veteran of the independence movement,  Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s bid to run for a fifth presidential term proved to be his downfall.…
John Mahama is attempting to make history by running for president again despite possible legal impediments in his way.  By…
The resurgence of anti-foreigner violence in election run-up sparks accusations that the government is fuelling xenophobia rather than solving it.…
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