Nigeria's first-ever feature length film, 'Lady Buckit & The Motley Mopsters' with a $1m budget, was proudly "Made by Nigerian creatives, in ... Nigeria, for Nigerians". Its producers and creative team hope it will help share Nigeria's rich history.
Moves towards a multilateral approach to tackling the Islamic insurgency in the Cabo Delgado region of northern Mozambique have improved the ... prospects for a timely start to onshore LNG production.
The overriding concern of non-regional actors in the Red Sea arena is freedom of navigation through the Suez Canal, Red Sea, Bab el-Mandeb, and ... Gulf of Aden. In this final part of our series, we look at the constant quest and struggle for control of the Red Sea waterway by non-regional actors and their impact.
Early November, Kenyan lawyer Paul Gicheru surrendered himself to the International Criminal Court (ICC) at the Hague. At the start of the investigation, ... six suspects were accused by the ICC for involvement in Kenya's deadly elections in 2007. Where are they now?
Africa, in the eyes of some political analysts, has been an after-thought for Washington these last four years. But that's not necessarily a ... bad thing; it speaks to the political and economic stability that dominates most of the 54 countries on the continent.
It has been a busy week for Her Majesty's Government. The UK is cutting the overseas aid budget, while parliamentarians have accused Nigerian ... leaders of corruption and inaction, and threatened sanctions, while also pointing a finger at the facilitating role the UK financial services industry has played in the looting.
Our recently published interview with French President Emmanuel Macron has offended Algerians on several fronts, whether it’s his show of support ... for Abdelmadjid Tebboune, his vision of the Hirak movement or his reference to Algeria’s supposed urban-rural divide.
Following Sudan's revolution over a year ago, a peace agreement has been signed and political changes are taking shape with increasing speed. ... But attention must be directed to elements that can make or break peace in Sudan, including dealing with past atrocities, centre-periphery relations and the role of the military in nation building. In this eighth part of our series, we explore how Sudan's peace determines the stability in the Red Sea basin.
It is almost three weeks since a large-scale war started in the Tigray region of Ethiopia involving a multitude of internal actors and external ... military players. That this is happening in a country where the African Union (AU) is rooted, with its overarching slogan ‘silencing the guns in Africa’, is puzzling, to say the least.
With a population that has a higher number of children and elderly, Zambia is left with not enough workers. Its dependency ratio leaves it vulnerable ... to taking on too much future debt, regardless of any post-default restructuring solution.
Following a meeting between Tanzania's police chief and his Mozambican counterpart, it was decided that the two countries would team up to conduct ... a joint operation against terrorist groups along the shared border. But opposition politicians and rights groups are concerned about how their respective authorities are going about tackling this issue.
The latest round of protests against police brutality in Nigeria exploded in October. Although these protests were by no means the first of their ... kind or even the first time the protesters had used the hashtag #EndSARS online, the necessity of social media in bringing the youth together to fight for a common cause cannot be overstated.