The Anglo-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto has scaled back operations at its QIT Madagascar Minerals (QMM) mine to a bare minimum. The move is the latest front in an ongoing battle between Rio Tinto ...
The Rwandan president Paul Kagame has opened up to a number of his counterparts about his country's ties with the M23. But ...
The Rwandan president has made the development of civil nuclear power a priority and wants his country to be the sector's ...
Wherever he is in Africa, the Moroccan foreign minister is on the warpath as he tries to weaken support for the Sahwari Arab ...
The departure of French forces from the M'poko military base at Bangui airport is due to be completed by the end of December. The Forces Armées Centrafricaines (FACA) are hoping to recover the ...
Italian and German diplomats are taking a leaf out of France's book and adopting a more aggressive stance in the war of information in the Sahel, as the Russians step up their operations in ...
After several months off due to health problems, Prime Minister Choguel Kokalla Maïga has gone back to work. Mali now finds ...
The Ethiopian prime minister is making the most of the peace agreement signed in South Africa on 2 November to rekindle ...
Guinean businessman of Lebanese origin Fadi Wazni has received the green light from Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya for his alumina refinery ...
This year's summit of French-speaking countries held in Tunisia earlier this month was a slightly tense affair and served to highlight the divide between the North and South on a number of economic ...
The US administration is getting ready to provide the Nigerien army with some forty mine-resistant vehicles via the ...
Somali president Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud is reliant on the contacts of former prime minister Mohamed Hussein Roble to attract ...