Ivory Coast qualified for the quarter-finals on Wednesday night after the tightest of 1-0 wins over Cameroon.
All four teams in Group C of the 2015 African Cup of Nations are still able to make quarter-finals.
Armed police and Equatorial Guinea fans clashed outside Bata Stadium on Wednesday night in a rare show of public disorder in the repressive west African state.
With FIFA's new rules on signing, football academies across the continent are upping the African game, but is African flair being sacrificed for European rigour?
The deaths of two young police recruits has been blamed on the high youth unemployment rate plaguing the East Africa country.
The world woke up to a new threat in 2014 in the shape of the Ebola virus, which tore through Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
If ever there was a time for a unity march against terror, it is now in Nigeria in the election season.
Uganda needs to create favourable conditions for local businesses seeking to supply the oil industry if Ugandans are to benefit from the country's oil industry.
The director talks to The Africa Report about the importance of images and silence in telling his stories.
The Zambian government and mining companies are at loggerheads over plans to increase mine royalties, while the people complain they are seeing no benefits.
Miners Aquarius and Impala said on Friday they are seeking clarity from Zimbabwe's government over a proposed 15 percent export tax on unrefined platinum which, if enforced, would slash their...
Julien Potet, Policy Advisor on Neglected Tropical Diseases Vaccines with Medecins Sans Frontieres, talks about the challenges and advances made thus far in finding a treatment for Ebola.
Tanzania needs urgently to deal with its growing fiscal deficit to boost economic growth, which is expected to reach 7 percent this year, the World Bank said on Thursday.
Ghana's new oil fields are on schedule to start production next year as development has passed the half-way stage, lead operator Tullow Oil said on Thursday.
Nigeria expects economic growth this year of 5.54 percent, down from an estimated 6.23 percent for 2014, after the government trimmed expenditure because of the oil price slump, the statistics...
Population growth on the continent continues to accelerate.
South Sudan has dismissed reports that President Salva Kiir was treated for a sudden illness in one of the hospitals in Addis Ababa, where he is attending a peace talks...
The Nigerian army has been accused of ignoring intelligence reports and warnings of deadly attacks by Islamist group Boko Haram.
China and the African Union (AU) have signed a landmark agreement to foster rapid industrialisation of the continent ahead of a weekend summit that opens in Ethiopia at the weekend.
Egypt is considering whether to reduce fuel subsidies by 20 billion Egyptian pounds ($2.64 bn) next fiscal year, but it needs to study the social implications before coming to a...
The deadly impact of the ebola virus, which had killed more than 3,800 people by early october, has weakened the health systems of Guinea, liberia and sierra leone and hit...
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