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A lengthy look at the ethnic violence in the country where conflict is said to actually have po...
The Kenyan actress is the magazine's 25th cover person, and the first African woman to have the...
Meet entrepreneur Akaliza Keza Gara. Find out how her company, Shaking Sun is using animation a...
But how? Find out how peering practices are being used to lower costs and connect more people.
Coverage of Africa's economic growth story continues with a look at investment and sovereign bo...
Is the recent kidnapping of more than 200 young girls in Nigeria a sign of the continent's 'war...
Johannesburg may be the exciting, fast-paced big city of South Africa, but it wasn't always so ...
Learn more about plans to bring highly-developed brain imaging technology to the developing wor...
The story of the 15-year-old boy who hid in a plane wheel well is has captured the attention of...
Meet the 23-year-old Kenya entrepreneur who is paying his way through university by running a d...
Here is a rundown of Nigeria's biggest opponent: Boko Haram. Learn more about the militant grou...
A candid conversation about the influence and presence of US military with two officials. Find ...
Did you know Gandhi live in South Africa? A new book titled, Gandhi Before India chronicles t...
This week, Zimbabwe marks another year of independence. What does the country look like? How ha...
In an unfortunate twist of events following the bombing of a bus station in Abuja, members of B...
Take a look at this interactive of the crime scene and learn the latest on the trial of Oscar P...
Is social media rallying to be considered 'activism'? In Nigeria, the answer may be 'yes.' 
The Economist takes a look at the trial of Oscar Pistorius, what it can teach South Africans. ...
Sudan has saved over 36,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions.  
A heart warming story of victims left orphans by the 1994 genocide. Learn how an aid organizati...
Why these unique jobs will only be created by social entrepreneurs, and how these new jobs coul...
A financial expert talks about the legal issues looming over the continent at this time of grow...
How disadvantages such as poverty and financial insecurities inspired the creation of mobile mo...
The role politics play in the development of institutions and investments of foreign investors.
The policies, markets and sectors that have propelled Rwanda from a reputation of tragic burial...
Despite the growing presence of terrorist militant group Boko Haram, Nigeria is growing. Find o...
What you should factor in a decision to establish or expand your business in the country with A...
Here is a detailed list of the seven small businesses making waves in South Africa and hoping t...
The growth of Africa's aviation industry; the challenges the maritime industry faces; and how s...
Find out what a panel of business policy makers, entrepreneurs and bankers said about the "crea...
The recent release of the film not only highlights the wonderful writing of its author, but it ...
It's more than just barbecue. Why South Africa's love of braai is a culture cutting through the...
Learn more about the business of art collection, and, more specifically, how one collector's in...
Check out this slideshow of top moments African soccer fans are sure to remember. Did your favo...
Check out samples of the young photographers work which not only reflects on South Africa's pas...
An eclectic collection of 10 stories that depict Africa and it's people. Find out which authors...
Watch this clip of the film, “The Forgotten Kingdom.” Find out how its lead character, Atan...
The Swedish artist is set to lend her voice to the narration of "Fondo," a documentary about cl...
Okayafrica spoke with the 29-year-old visual artist. Learn more bout him, including details abo...
The tasty, mouth-watering delicacies found on an African street corner near you. Here's a great...
A look at some of the most romantic, open-air sleeping experiences in Africa, including the pic...
Picture looking out of your bedroom and seeing the ocean, or going to sleep to the sound of dan...
Tourism continues to play a key part in Rwanda's post-genocide recovery. Ruzizi Tented Lodge -...
Sandy, white beaches, crystal-clear waters, and lush, green landscapes - this video will make y...
What to do if you're stranded in Mayoka Village in Nkhata Bay for three nights, "waiting for a ...
Cycle for over 500 days? That's what two friends did - cycling through 26 countries, documentin...
Looking to run a marathon in Africa? Here's a list of some of the best on the continent, includ...
We're talking tasty African street food. Tried it? Want to? "From grilled kebabs in northern A...
Could it be tracking western lowland gorillas at the new Odzala Wilderness Camps in the Republ...
"The architect of the Victoria Falls Hotel – a grand Edwardian edifice – must have been ski...
With 1.5 million Android activations every day, Google's South Africa head believes businesses ...
Kenyan mobile operator, Safaricom, has agreed to provide free broadband to public primary schoo...
An online report by the Digital Media and Marketing Association (DMMA) in July indicates there ...
Across its international operations, which includes networks in Tanzania, Mozambique, the DRC a...
A handful of people who use American app, Uber, in Cape Town have expressed dismay at being gre...
Microsoft South Africa has launched an online hub offering free access to email, web hosting an...
Twitter launched smoothly. Usually, stock “pops” roughly 17% above its estimated opening pr...
Nigeria’s Federal Ministry of Technology  partnered with Huawei to kick-start the “1000 G...
Find out why TV's 'white spaces,' or the unused spectrum between TV channels, have the potentia...
Find out why capital is essential for companies looking to build a track record and a viable pr...

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Arrest, Release, Repeat - An Interactive Timeline of Bheki Makhubu and Thulani Maseko's Case in Swaziland[IFEX]It's been over a month since Bheki Makhubu and Thulani Maseko were first arrested. Makhubu, Editor-in-Chief of The Nation magazine and Maseko, a prominent human rights lawyer, were detained and charged with contempt of court after publishing two separate articles that criticised Swaziland's judiciary in the February 2014 issue of The Nation. read more...
IKEA Campaign Millions to Brighten the Lives of Refugees[UNHCR]London, United Kingdom -IKEA customers and staff around the world have helped raise Є7.7 million to provide funding and energy for hundreds of thousands of refugees under a two-month campaign launched in February. read more...
Helicopter Search Continues[Government of Botswana]A search and rescue team has been dispatched to look for a Botswana Police Service (BPS) helicopter that went missing on Sunday April 20 with three crew members on board. The helicopter went missing while returning from Gumare to Maun in the evening. read more...
Ghana to Reward Entrepreneurs[CAJ News]Accra -EXCELLING Ghana entrepreneurs will to receive awards at the fourth edition of Ghana Entrepreneur Awards 2013 on Friday. read more...
Abbala, Beni Hussein Clash in North Darfur[Radio Dabanga]El Sareif Beni Hussein -A number of people were killed and others wounded in clashes between members of the Abbala and Beni Hussein tribes in El Sareif Beni Hussein locality, North Darfur, on Saturday and Sunday. read more...
Darfur Civil Society Initiative Calls for Resumption Peace Negotiations[Radio Dabanga]Khartoum -A group of Darfuri civil society members, united in the Initiative in Support of the Peace Process in Darfur, have handed a memorandum calling for the resumption of peace negotiations to the head of Unamid. The Initiative plans to hand a copy to the President of Sudan. read more...
From Sticks and Machetes to Rocket-Propelled Grenades[IPS]Lagos -Nigerians are beginning to adjust to the sad reality that they live in a country where suicide bombers and terrorists could be lurking around the next corner thanks to a ready supply of advanced weapons smuggled through the country's porous borders. Last week, Ngupar Kemzy's cousin, Andy Nepli, told him that he planned to spend the Easter holidays with him. read more...



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