‘I want him to know that I am still thinking about him. Just because we got separated, that does not mean that I don’t think about him’
What began as an isolated outbreak in Angola has now claimed hundreds of lives
Despite being a ‘model for Africa’ Zambia’s presidential election has been abound with controversy
Country once nicknamed 'the Water Castle' is not benefiting from the vast Katse Dam
A WWF report revealed a large proportion of rangers have no health insurance, life insurance or long term disability cover
While the African island nation of Madagascar has an image of a wildlife paradise among Western tourists, it is one of the poorest countries in the world. A critical issue facing its population is malnutrion, which affects half of all the country's children.
The Golden Eaglets are the most successful Under-17 squad ever, having won five world championships
'Nobody can touch us. If men tried to take our property or hurt us, they would be punished. All the power belongs to us'
The men say no one asked their permission to publish the photo online
Idea modelled on EU's Schengen area allowing free movement of people
Ex-dictator of Chad Hissène Habré gets life for crimes against humanity, rape, sexual slavery and ordering killings.
Australia celebrates 'National Sorry Day' on the 26th May. By coincidence, it’s also when the South American nation of Guyana celebrate their independence from British colonial rule
Student leading criticism takes issue with terms associated with ‘Disney animated movie’
By eroding trust in communities, belief in witchcraft can really hold communities back
Go wild at some of the continent's newest lodges
Two-thirds of the land for coffee beans could be 'unviable' by 2100