Exhibit Displays Importance Of Colours In African Art

By Pascale Mahe Keingna Whether it be in traditional or contemporary art, colour has always been very much present in African art. It has now become a key...

Tunisia: Municipal Police Chief Arrested Post-Kiosk Death Protests

By Kizzi Asala with AFP A Cry for Justice Tunisia announced Wednesday the arrest of a municipal police chief following angry demonstrations in Sbeitla triggered...

Libya: Mobile Clinics Test for COVID-19 in Tripoli

By Tancrede Chambraud with AFP Libyans undergo testing for the Covid-19 disease at a mobile clinic in Tripoli to fight against the spread of COVID-19 in the country.

‘This is historic’: France gives back Moroccan art seized from traffickers

By Rédaction Africanews France on Thursday officially handed over to the Moroccan authorities nearly 25,000 archaeological objects, which had been seized in France during three customs controls...

Libya cash leads to ‘criminal conspiracy’ charge for Sarkozy over

BY BBCAFRICA French investigating magistrates have issued a fourth charge against ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy for allegedly accepting Libyan cash to fund...

Ethiopia dam: Countries ‘need to work on drought response’

BY BBCAFRICA The operation of Ethiopia's huge dam on a tributary of the River Nile is, in most years, unlikely to...

Nigeria to set up teams to probe police brutality

Is’haq Khalid BBC News, Abuja Nigeria's government has ordered the setting up of judicial panels in all the 36 states to investigate allegations of police brutality.

US has ‘blood on its hands’ over deportations

BBC Focus on Africa radio Campaigners in the US have accused the government there of "mass human rights violations" adding that it has "blood on its hands" after 88...

Fayemi’s Mid-Term: From Cloudy Fortunes To Consolidation Of Triumphs

By Wole Olujobi "All our yesterdays have lighted fools the way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle! Life is but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts...

Deadly clashes between Somali troops and al-Shabab

BBC World Service Military officials in Somalia say at least 10 soldiers have been killed during an operation against al-Shabab militants 30km (18 miles) north-west of the capital, Mogadishu.

France orders genocide trial of Rwandan doctor

BBC World Service French judges have ordered that a Rwandan doctor, Eugene Rwamucyo, should be put on trial on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity.

Jerusalema hitmaker cancelled by Zambia

Kennedy Gondwe BBC News, Lusaka The ministry of tourism in Zambia has cancelled this weekend’s show involving South African artists Master KG, of the Jerusalema hit, and Mafikizolo.

Tension as hundreds flee homes before Guinea vote

BY BBCAFRICA Hundreds of people in Kankan city in eastern Guinea have fled their homes as tension rises before Sunday's presidential election in...

Zimbabwe inflation rate drops – to 600%

Shingai Nyoka BBC News, Harare Zimbabwe says its annual inflation rate dropped by almost 180% last month, thanks to a stringent programme that included disrupting black market currency trading...