The country is grappling with civil war, humanitarian crises and the threat from militant groups leading some to suggest Gaddafi should not have been removed from power.
The new president delivered his first State of the Nation Address on Friday, where he made it clear that he would be looking to restructure government.
A former Congolese policeman, Paul Mwilambwe, a major suspect in the murder of two eminent Human Rights activists has claimed that his life is in danger.
Most dams in the region are down to just about 20% capacity. If dam levels continue to decline, the city’s taps will run dry by June.
The United States embassy in Ethiopia said on Saturday it disagreed with the government's decision to impose a state of emergency to calm political unrest the day after the prime minister's surprise r
Zimbabwean anti-corruption investigators said on Friday they had arrested a university professor over the suspected fraudulent awarding of a doctorate to former first lady Grace Mugabe.
Burundians are being forced to sign up to vote in a May referendum on extending presidential term limits, Burundian opposition figures and residents say, although the government denies the allegations
Three suicide bombers killed 18 people in the northeast Nigerian city of Maiduguri, capital of the state worst hit by the Boko Haram insurgency, its police commissioner said on Saturday.
Children are being targeted with more brutal tactics, such as the deployment of youth as suicide bombers and the widespread use of weapons such as barrel bombs, according to the charity
Most people were dressed in traditional Nigerian robes and gowns, with some opting to wear specially made attire in keeping with the film's futuristic take on African garments
Africans can't get enough of the first Marvel superhero movie with a predominantly black cast.
The Jamaican's participation in the Games was in doubt after the sudden departure of their coach - former Olympic and world champion Sandra Kiriasis on Thursday February 15.