Tanzania’s court of appeal upheld a ruling banning parents from marrying off girls as young as 14 years on Wednesday, after a ruling outlawing the practice was opposed by the government.
Some users are paying more than a fifth of monthly earnings on 1GB of mobile broadband data.
A severe drought that has drained water sources in Zimbabwe’s largest national park has left 55 elephants dead since September, a spokesman for the country’s wildlife agency said on Monday.
At least 31 people were killed after a passenger bus veered off the road and burst into flames in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the country’s humanitarian affairs minister told CNN Monday.
3 former Rwandan orphans who were taught photography as kids, now are passing on that skill to vulnerable children around the world.
Ethiopia’s Imperial Palace has witnessed torture, plotting and the planning of brutal conquests. Now it’s been opened to the public by Ethiopia’s charismatic leader, Abiy Ahmed, to boost tourism and help the country move on from its turbulent past.
Two years after the completion of the first phase of the Standard Gauge Railway project (SGR), Kenya’s largest infrastructure project since independence, President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday launched its second phase.
Wildlife activists in Zimbabwe are pushing to halt an alleged plan to sell 35 baby elephants to China and Pakistan as part of an ongoing row over wildlife exports.
Police in Nigeria have rescued 67 men and boys who were subjected to “inhumane and degrading treatments” at an Islamic school in the northern state of Katsina, a police spokesman said Tuesday.
The Ugandan government’s plan to reintroduce a bill that could impose the death penalty for homosexuality is being met with defiance from the LGBTQ community in the East African nation, activists told CNN.
Uber has launched its boat taxis in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial hub
Archeologists have uncovered more than 30 workshops used by ancient Egyptians to produce decorative items, furniture and pottery for royal tombs.
Ugandan musician Bobi Wine has issued a defiant warning to the country’s longtime President Yoweri Museveni, saying: “Museveni will fall.”
Police and military have surrounded the home of Ugandan popstar and presidential hopeful Bobi Wine after his Independence Day concert was canceled, the singer said.