A coalition of 15 former African presidents and a prime minister have publicly expressed their support for the President of African Development Bank (AfDB) Akinwumi Adesina, following calls for an independent investigation against him by the United States government.
Akinwunmi Adesina, the President of the African Development Bank (AfDB), has denied all the allegations of wrongdoing leveled against him by some staff of the bank
The brother of Senegalese president, Macky Sall has announced that he has tested positive for Coronavirus.
A landlord in Ofankor, Ghana has been arrested for allegedly shooting his tenant who refused to vacate his house after he ordered him to.
Police in Kagadi, Uganda have arrested a father on allegations of killing his eight-year-old daughter and burying her secretly.
A twitter user took to the social media platform on Tuesday to ask a rather interesting question.
Zodwa Wabantu risked exposing too much as she bent to clean her house while wearing only a t-shirt and no underwear.
Kenyan socialite, Shornarwa has knocked down claims that Nigerian men are sexually active as they claim to be, while alleging that they ”intentionally put cocaine on their manhoods to make sex sweeter and also get women addicted to them.”
Guinean music icon, Mory Kante, who helped introduce African music to the world stage in the 1980s, has died at the age of 70.
Controversial Ghanaian Pastor and founder of International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim is reportedly still in police custody after failing to meet his bail requirements.
South African socialite, Zodwa Wabantu has broken up with her toyboy beau Vusi Buthelezi for good.
A man’s proposal has been slammed by some Facebook users and praised as creative by others after it was shared online by his fiancée.
A woman has shared before and now photos as she narrated how she was bullied mercilessly for having crossed eyes, until she resorted to corrective surgery.
The Republic of Madagascar has asked Nigeria to pay 170,000 Euros (78,200,000 Naira) for the COVID-19 drugs sent to the Federal Government.
A Fifty-five-year old Ghanaian man, Osmanu Mumuni, has been arrested by the police in Ghana for physically abusing his 10-year-old son over claims he stole his money at his home in Obuom-Domeabra.
Madagascar has registered its first death from Coronavirus.
Media entrepreneur, Mo Abudu has expressed her displeasure and demanded that Sky News takes down a post where they referred to the threaded hairstyle as a “spiky coronavirus haircut” that gained popularity because it resembles the shape of the Coronavirus.
A Nigerian couple living in Rochdale, U.K., has been jailed for a string of child abuse and sexual assault.
Felicien Kabuga, 84, who was living under a false identity in a flat in Asnieres-Sur-Seine, near Paris, had been pursued by international justice for 25 years, the French Justice Ministry said in a statement on Saturday morning.
A Kenyan police constable identified as Michael Siwalo with service number 116272, committed suicide on Friday May 15 after shooting his wife following a domestic dispute.
Eritrea has officially declared itself virus-free after all 39 patients successfully recovered from COVID-19.
Lesotho has recorded its first case of Coronavirus, making it the last African nation to report a positive case.
Mauritius declared total recoveries from coronavirus infections as of May 11, 2020. The island nation’s official COVID-19 page said 322 people had recovered out of the 332 confirmed cases so far. 10 people have since died.
Government on Thursday confirmed that it will foot bills of suspected persons quarantined for COVID-19.
The only virus-free country in Africa is Leotho, they had still not recorded a case of coronavirus as of May 8. 53 countries have officially recorded cases. The death toll is past 2,000 whiles recoveries are also past 18,000. Confirmed cases have also passed the 54,000 mark.
A virtual meeting of South African lawmakers was disrupted as hackers flooded the Zoom video call with pornographic images.
ECOWAS and WAHO refute alleged endorsement of Madagascar’s herbal cure for Coronavirus
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s health ministry has announced that 101 inmates have tested positive for Coronavirus in the N’dolo military prison in Kinshasa.
The case count as of May 4 stood at 2,719 cases with 294 recoveries and 18 deaths. Ghana remains West Africa’s second most impacted behind Nigeria who have 2,800 plus cases.
Tanzanian president, John Magufuli on Sundayordered a probe on the country’s coronavirus testing kits after samples taken from a goat and pawpaw tested positive.