Somalia's top football league kicked off a new season this weekend in Mogadishu for the first time for six years.A largecrowd turned out for the first match of the newly named Nation Link Telecom ...
The arrest of nine customs and police officials for allegedly trying to extort money from rich foreigners hits the front pages of the South Africa press.
DRC's M23 are believed to have ended their rebellion. SA wine expects another goor year in 2014 after this year"s bumber crop. Jonathan visits Gambia.
The postponement of Mohamed Morsi's trial in Egypt, the peace deal to end the conflict in Democratic Republic of Congo and South Africa's relationship with Israel are all subjects in today's ...
In this week's African Media, RFI talks to Tom Rhodes, a consultant at the East African Office of the Committee to Protect Journalists, about the recent assassination of Somali journalist Mohamed ...
Kenyan military jets bombed several strongholds of the Islamist Al-Shebab militia in the south of Somalia, killing dozens of people Thursday.
Crime is on hte decline in South Africa. Kenya asks who was responsible for yesterday's bus crash. Uhuru's troubles at the ICC continue.
Foreign investors don't like SA strikes. Mining bosses feel unloved. Kenya investigates military looting claims after Westgate.
Kenyan police say they are holding five people in connection with last month's attack on Nairobi's Westgate shopping mall.
A suspected US military drone strike has killed two senior al-Shebab fighters near the southern Somalia town of Jilib, officials and witnesses said.