2016 has been a year of greatness and losses for Africa. Africa News reminisces over the lives lived by well-known and well-liked Africans who passed away in the year.
Security forces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have ignored intensifying international pressure to halt a wave of repression aimed at preventing any further protests against the government of President Joseph Kabila.
Investigators undertook a Europe-wide manhunt on Wednesday for a young Tunisian ex-convict with multiple aliases who had been denied asylum in Germany and was considered a security risk, linking him to a deadly truck rampage through a Berlin Christmas market.
THE world’s most populous and institutionally powerful religion, Christianity, is fast losing its historic moral credence and spiritual cogency. The unexplained mushrooming of false prophets and dodgy pastors within the Christian domain is crippling the moral greatness of that sacred religion.
DROUGHT in southern Africa is threatening electricity generation at Africa’s biggest hydropower plant, the Cahora Bassa dam in Mozambique.
THE last vessel searching for missing MH370 has left on its final sweep across the southern Indian Ocean, Australia said on Wednesday, as the transport minister cautioned the airliner might not be found in coming weeks.
WASHINGTON. – US President-elect Donald Trump pumped a total of $66 million of his own money into his campaign – far from the $100 million he frequently boasted he was going to spend, according to campaign finance disclosures filed on Thursday night.
A BULL has been filmed destroying a four-wheel drive —repeatedly ramming the vehicle with its horns.