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Toamasina port in Madagascar is being expanded, helped by funding and expertise from Japan
Tourists shocked by swarms of crabs invading Cuba's beaches
At dawn and dusk the multi-coloured crabs emerge, scuttling sideways toward the turquoise sea, climbing up house walls and carpeting the roughly paved coastal road.
Over 30 dead in twin attacks in Somalia
Two attacks claimed by the Al-Shabaab group left more than 30 people dead in central Somalia on Wednesday night.
Meet the Queen Bikers, Tunisia’s first all-female motorcycle club
"The moment I start the engine, I totally forget about the people, the streets, as my whole being is fused with the bike."
‘The world's first climate change famine’ is happening in Madagascar
More than 1 million people in southern Madagascar are currently in need of food.
4,600 year-old tombs discovered west of Cairo
Tombs believed to be 4,600 years old have been uncovered in Saqqara, west of Cairo, and are thought to be the burial places of leading figures in society.
Spain and Morocco close to ending diplomatic row over Western Sahara
Rabat says that the two countries have agreed that an autonomy proposal is "serious, credible and realistic".
Tigers forced to live in train carriage for 15 years are finally free
Animal welfare organisation Four Paws has transported the four tigers to a sanctuary in South Africa.
Angola uses the Lobito corridor as a vehicle for investment and growth
Angola is privatising the port of Lobito and the Lobito corridor railway with the goal of creating business opportunities. It is expected to be the boost the country needs to open a gateway from the Atlantic to the mineral-rich regions of the DRC and Zambia.
Watch: Tunisian engineer builds fully electric, solar-powered car
The founder and CEO of Bako Motors, hopes his device could provide a greener, cheaper alternative for his city’s residents.
Daring travellers will love this hanging train-turned-hotel
The hotel opened in 2020 during the pandemic and proved to be an unexpected success.
How can this ‘bongo park’ save a species from extinction?
With fewer than one hundred individuals left in the wild, conservationists in Kenya are fighting to save the mountain bongo, a type of antelope on the verge of extinction.
'Senior' al-Qaeda operative in Mali killed, French army says
The military operation "eliminated" Yahia Djouadi, who has been described as the group's "finance and logistics coordinator".
Pangolin’s are the world’s most trafficked animal. But why?
Liberia's government has banned the hunting and sale of pangolins but many locals see no other ways of supporting themselves
This Egyptian researcher has built a brainwave-controlled wheelchair
As a child, Abdelrahman Omran was unable to walk until the age of 5. But the experience inspired the 24-year-old to create the device which he hopes will help others like him.
Inside the gorilla sanctuary: Congo’s haven for wounded animals
A refuge hidden among the trees of a Congolese national park is providing hope for some of the world’s most endangered primates
Morocco reopens to tourists: Here's why you should visit
After closing its borders due to omicron, tourists are welcome again in this North African hub for food, culture and history.
Demonstrators in Senegal demand tougher laws against homosexual activity
Thousands of people demonstrated in Dakar on Sunday to demand a tougher crackdown on homosexuality in Senegal after the parliament recently rejected a bill to toughen the laws on the subject
Malians celebrate French retreat by burning EU flag
In Bamako, Malians celebrate France's departure by burning a European flag, with some demonstrators carrying placards with messages such as "Thanks Wagner" and "France is a terrorist nation"
Ethiopia starts partial power generation from Blue Nile dam
The dam, which Ethiopia says is vital for its development, has been a source of tension with the other riparian states, Sudan and Egypt.
Is Morocco the next big destination for wine tourists?
The Moroccan port of Essaouira is an unexpected addition to the wine tourism map.
How elephant DNA is being used to disrupt the ivory trade
A new study combines elephant DNA data and forensic evidence to map ivory trafficking operations across the African continent.
Scientists discover unique greenhouse gas effect in the Congo Basin
The Congo Basin is home to one of the world’s largest rainforests, so why do we know so little about it?
‘Debt on top of debt’: How the EU is destroying Africa and the planet
Exclusive | At this rate, climate change is turning Africa from ‘intolerable’ to ‘uninhabitable’ writes Vanessa Nakate.
EU financial institutions pledge €30bn for Africa on eve of summit
The money is part of the Global Gateway plan, which will mobilise up to €300 billion in public and private funds by 2027 - half of it in Africa.
Pandemic drives Africa’s desire for self-reliance┃View
African governments are, for the most part, making huge efforts to ensure that shots reach arms and doses are not wasted.