Kais Saied: Why Tunisia’s president picked on sub-Saharan African migrants
Kais Saied said sub-Saharan migrants were trying to change the nature of Tunisian society.
Cyclone Freddy: Winds and rain lash Mozambique as storm arrives
Freddy, which has caused at least 28 deaths over a month, has hit mainland Africa for a second time.
Nthenya Mwendwa: How the Oscars changed the life of a Kenyan designer
Nthenya Mwendwa’s fish leather and Maasai beaded bags are proving their red-carpet appeal.
Nigeria’s Falz and Teni back Inec’s voter registration drive
While some Nigerians feel empowered, others need to be encouraged to register for next February’s poll.
The Nigerian coach eyeing US basketball history
Ime Udoka, who is looking to lead Boston Celtics to the NBA championship, “always excelled” when he played for Nigeria.
How The Gambia’s oyster farmers are being hit by climate change
Women’s livelihoods in The Gambia are under threat from rising temperatures and sea levels.
Mozambique Palma terror attack: ‘I can’t go back’
After a brazen jihadist siege a year ago, Mozambique’s fledgling gas industry remains on hold.
Electricity lost in large parts of Nigeria after power blackout
The national grid collapses again just weeks after President Buhari apologised for the last outage.
Kenyan climber joins first all-black team attempting Mount Everest
Kenya’s James Kagambi is the oldest in a group out to inspire black people to take up mountaineering.
Afcon 2023: Two qualifiers moved after Tunisia consider boycott
Two qualifiers for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations are moved after Tunisia suggest they may skip the tournament to prepare for the 2022 World Cup.