It’s Art Month in Nigeria — and a highlight is the celebration of art that is Art X, a wide-ranging fair that highlights “Black portraiture” as well as other creations from the continent. (Image credit: Manny Jefferson for NPR)
President George Weah, a former soccer star whose administration had weathered accusations of corruption, announced that he had lost his bid for re-election to Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old former vice president.
Jackie Jesko spoke about the subject of her HBO docu-series, a Christian missionary accused of playing doctor with the lives of Ugandan children.
What will the reported death of mercenary leader Yevgeny Prigozhin’s mean for the Wagner operation in Africa, and the countries on that continent where they operate?
The world’s decentralized internet is coming under competition.
African leaders are leaving two days of meetings with Vladimir Putin with little to show for their requests to resume a deal that kept grain flowing from Ukraine and to find a path to end the war. (Image credit: Pavel Bednyakov/AP)
US senators call on Biden administration to withhold $320m in aid over Egypt’s ‘deteriorating’ human rights record.
Transforming the way food is produced on the Indian Ocean archipelago of Mauritius could help to fight climate change as well as accelerate progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), according to the UN’s most senior representative in the country.
Morocco is the first North African and majority Arab nation to qualify for the Women’s World Cup. It’s hoping to pick up the baton its men’s team carried in Qatar.
Pope Francis meets with Ghanaian President Nana Addo Akufo-Addo, who speaks with Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Parolin about joint efforts in the fields of education and healthcare, as well as global peace issues and security in West Africa. Read all