Africa

Striking Kenyan lecturers insist pay deal be effected

Kenyan lecturers in public universities have launched a strike to protest against what they call the government's ...

Under a scorching sun, a team of British soldiers and Malawian rangers sheltered under a tree ready to pounce on their prey: poachers.

Liberians nervously awaited a Supreme Court ruling Monday on the timing of a runoff presidential vote after the process was thrown into uncertainty by fraud allegations.

Development Bank says could consider $400 mln loan for Nigeria Development Bank says could consider $400 mln loan for Nigeria

The African Development Bank said on Tuesday it could consider an additional $400 million for Nigeria to support its ...

Sibanye confirms over 2,000 layoffs at gold mines Sibanye confirms over 2,000 layoffs at gold mines

Sibanye-Stillwater confirmed on Wednesday that it had laid off more than 2,000 gold miners.

Kenyatta wins disputed Kenya elections with 98.2 percent Kenyatta wins disputed Kenya elections with 98.2 percent

Uhuru Kenyatta won Kenya's deeply divisive presidential election re-run after winning 98.2 percent of the votes cast, ...

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