Morocco's Blue Belt initiative aims to encourage sustainable fishing, from seas and lakes to consumers' plates, to allow marine resources to renew themselves.
The horror of life in the clutches of ISIL has been described by a 12-year-old girl, one of a group of Eritrean female captives of the extremists to have been freed by pro-government forces in…
Somali pirates have released 26 Asian hostages held for nearly five years after the hijacking of their fishing vessel, the last commercial ship seized at the height of the country’s piracy scourge,
The Moroccan city of Marrakech, which is hosting the Cop22 climate change summit in November, has dedicated itself to eco-tourism.
Young persons living with albinism in Kenya on Friday participated in the first Mister and Miss Albinism in the capital Nairobi to demystify their condition.
The country's Justice Minister, Michael Masutha, says the court's obligations are no consistent with legislation granting diplomatic immunity to sitting leaders.
A former notorious Liberian warlord "General Butt Naked," who repented of his atrocities and became a preacher seeks for funding for his project.
Two government primary schools in Uganda's Kisima island in the central part of the country has been invaded by residents who engage in sexual activity at night.
The ugliest man in Zimbabwe will be crowned on November 25 despite the difficulties in securing funds to sustain the pageant in the past years.
A first of its kind in the country, wives of police officers produce uniforms for the force as a way of offsetting procurement challenges.
The parents of 21 girls freed by the militants want their daughters' health and education taken care of. The government thinks Boko Haram is ready to negotiate the release of 83 more girls.
The parents of 21 Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by Islamist group Boko Haram have been reunited with their children after over two years of separation.
Countries agree to reduce emissions of Hydrofluorocarbon greenhouse gases in a major milestone for combating climate change.
The Nigerian president is at the centre of a row after suggesting his wife belongs in the kitchen.
Twenty one schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram Islamists more than two years ago in northern Nigeria have been freed.
The crisis in South African higher education shows no sign of abating as clashes once again erupt between police and students.
Violent clashes have erupted between students and police officers in South Africa.
The German chancellor is on the second leg of a three-country African tour which started in Mali and will finish in Ethiopia.
Police and students have engaged in running battles at Wits University in Johannesburg.
Ethiopia has declared a six-month long state of emergency across the whole country following months of anti-government protests.
Cheick Ag Aoussa was the number two in the High Council for the Unity of Azawad, one of many armed groups in the country.
The veteran anti-apartheid campaigner is backing assisted dying for terminally ill people, which is opposed by his own Anglican church.