The prime minister stumbles from blunder to faux pas, wearing the same haunted look. No wonder: she is completely unsuited to the role of world leader.
UN figures reveal deepening opioid crisis in Africa, with cocaine and opium production at records levels worldwide.
Tiny Eritrea is one of the world's most reclusive nations, ruled since 1993 by President Isaias Afwerki.
There are suggestions that South Africa build walls instead of the problematic fencing at some of its troubled borders - to prevent illegal migrants and criminals from allegedly stealing cars in South.
The tear, which continues to grow, caused part of the Nairobi-Narok highway to collapse and was accompanied by seismic activity in the area.
Ethnic strife in nation's northeast claims dozens of lives in 48 hours after flight of tens of thousands since December.
"Everyone in the community donates as much money as they can. We buy the materials and we build these [pit] toilets ourselves," says community leader Nyoni Mazibuko.
At least five Congolese soldiers have been killed by the Rwandan army, the Congolese military says.
More than 8,000 people are on the verge of starvation in Mozambique after one region's crops were largely destroyed, says a regional official.
Water is evaporating from the beautiful landscapes of Mozambique. There is too little to keep people alive, and the lack of it is forcing them from their homes, splitting up families and killing children.
While the percentage of women in engineering has risen since 1990, the progress has been modest—from 9% in 1990 to 12% in 2013.
The programme has been strongly criticised by the opposition political parties as a plan by the Zanu PF government to train youths as party storm troopers to cow opposition supporters especially in the rural areas.
Mwanamvekha government purchased enough maize from last year's bumper harvest and that more resourcs will be released to National Food Reserve Agency
The Gidabo Irrigation Dam, constructed with an estimated cost of 1.1 billion Br and reaching 97pc completion, will begin operations within two months.
Israel has started handing out notices to 20,000 male African migrants giving them two months to leave the country or risk being thrown in jail.
Two people were caught red-handed in Muldersdrift allegedly trying to fill tankers of water to drive down to the Western Cape on Wednesday night.