From a spectacular waterfall which rivals Victoria Falls to parkland with the majestic Giant Sable Antelope, Angola’s Malanje Province has plenty to offer tourists and investors alike.
The France-based Castel Group has started growing corn in Angola’s fertile Malanje Province, in one example of how international companies are helping Angola diversify its economy.
On this episode we see a flight simulator built by a Congolese pilot together with some secondary school students from Brazaville.
Pope says Britain should obey U.N., return islands, including U.S. base
Body of Zimbabwe's Mugabe to leave Singapore for burial at home
Countries around the world are gearing up for the arrival of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. On the African continent, South Africa wants to lead its implementation
The DRC's Félix Tshisekedi was one African leader attending the TICAD summit - the first Congolese head of state to attend. And he made no secret of his reasons.
Mining Angola's golden harvest in Malanje province
Enormous waterfalls, historical landmarks or exotic wildlife? No matter what your taste in holidays, this 360° interactive experience lets you explore exciting destinations around Angola's capital.
Spain rescues almost 200 migrants in the Mediterranean
Is hyperloop transportation's next frontier? The African Free Trade deal and licensing online influencers
The ancestor's face has been reconstructed from a skull found in Ethiopia and is the direct ancestor of the skeleton, Lucy, found in 1974.
These past few weeks, the world’s eyes have been set on the fires ravaging the Amazon forest in Brazil and Bolivia.
Countries to limit sales of African elephants to zoos
Paa Joe started making coffins in 1962 and specialises in rather unusual ones. These coffins are known as Abebuu Adekai in the Ga language, meaning 'the receptacle of proverbs'.
America's first African slaves arrived in August 1619 - 400 years later and race still divides the U.S.
The Brief: The EU is facing increasing pressure for tighter regulation on ivory trade within its borders. Despite calls for a shutdown, a panel from the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species or CITES, decided to push back the decision to next year.
A recent Oxfam report shows Rwanda has the worst rates of inequality in East Africa - these women are hoping to change that.
The agreement follows the overthrow of long time leader Omar Bashir.
"With some bikes, including the luggage carrier and everything you can find 2,000 pieces and none of them work without the other. There is a union, a solidarity, they are together, they are soldered together," he feels.
The head of WHO, Tedros Adhanom-Ghebreyesus, said: "We can now offer patients an even better chance of survival."
One year ago, Richard Akoto Appiah, a secondary school teacher in Ghana came to limelight after a post of him teaching students Information Communication Technology ICT by drawing the Microsoft word software on a chalkboard went viral.
A party held in the grounds of Belgium's controversial Africa Museum has drawn criticism after attendees were pictured dressing up in colonial-style clothing, with one wearing "blackface".
The recent Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Forum in Abuja, Nigeria brought together thousands of would-be entrepreneurs and potential investors.
In our increasingly homogenized world, there is a special thrill to finding oneself outside the parameters of traditional voyages.
The east African nation setting an example with an ambitious tree-planting campaign.