Opposition supporters in the Democratic Republic of Congo blocked Kinshasa's roads with burning tyre as they called for President Joseph Kabila to stand down when his mandate ends on 19 December.
- Thursday, 25 August 2016 14:41
- Olusegun Obasanjo, Ricardo Lagos, Ruth Dreifuss - Former Presidents of Nigeria, Chile and Switzerland
Drug trafficking and the black market are, to a large extent, a direct consequence of the international drug control system and the national laws that are derived therefrom.
- Thursday, 25 August 2016 11:48
- Sonali Paul
Sundance Resources said on Thursday Australian police are investigating allegations that the company may have bribed politicians in Congo Republic to win permits to pursue a major iron ore project.
- Friday, 19 August 2016 12:06
- Amelia Tan
As Britain chose to leave the European Union, sending shock waves through the global markets, experts remain uncertain on how this would impact African economies. Trade and investment would certainly be affected as most of the trade arrangements the UK has with African countries were negotiated through the EU.