Angola’s former president José Eduardo dos Santos has returned to Luanda after a two year absence to find that his party, the MPLA, is more ... divided than ever. Has he come back to seek a truce with his successor, João Lourenço?
The Africa Channel plans to make Nigerian films available in the US, Canada and the Caribbean in early 2022, Brendan Gabriel, the channel’s ... vice president of production and creative director, tells The Africa Report.
The power struggle between Somalia’s President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed (Farmaajo) and Prime Minister Mohamed H. Roble peaked on Thursday ... 16 September after the executive powers of the PM were suspended by the President. The clash further risks dividing the country, already behind schedule for its 10 October presidential polls.
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MTN's new deal with payments technology firm, Flutterwave is set to deliver cash to mobile wallets of more Africans via MTN Mobile Money (MoMo) ... with the planned expansion in Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Rwanda, Uganda and Zambia.
Kinshasa wants to review its relationship with Beijing, as only a few projects have been launched ever since the two capitals signed their 2008 ... cooperation agreement, which provided for the construction of public buildings and roads worth $9bn.
Famous American jazz musician Louis Armstrong toured Africa many times; visits that were often orchestrated by the US State Department to build ... relations between Washington and recently decolonised regions of Africa.
Three months before Gambia’s upcoming presidential election, Adama Barrow’s National People's Party and Yahya Jammeh’s Alliance for Patriotic ... Reorientation and Construction (APRC) announced that they were joining forces.
South African private healthcare group Mediclinic International plans to reduce its reliance on power from state-owned Eskom with a new renewable-energy ... agreement, the company’s infrastructure executive Kobus Jonck tells The Africa Report.
[Fact-checking] After a video was released showing a number of US marines celebrating the fall of Guinea’s President Alpha Condé, rumours ... started spreading about their possible involvement in the coup. Washington has formally denied them.
Threatened by its dependence on the OCP group (Office Chérifien des Phosphates), which has diversified its modes of phosphate transport, the ... Moroccan National Railways Office (ONCF) has managed to rebound by positioning itself as an indispensable logistical player for many industries, the automobile industry in particular.
The last round of the dispute between the Kuwaiti group Al Kharafi and the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) played out on 14 September before ... the Court of Cassation in Paris. The LIA may well end up losing several hundred million euros.