West African countries told to crack down on illegal fishing

Overfishing by foreign vessels is driving many species towards extinction and destroying the livelihoods of fishing communities in countries such as Ghana, Liberia and Mauritania.

Police arrest Post editors

Editor-in-chief Fred M'membe and deputy managing editor Joseph Mwenda are yet to be charged, police officials and newspaper staff told AFP.

Lesotho given until August to implement roadmap to peace

SADC has given Lesotho until August to fully implement the regional roadmap to peace.

Michelle Obama launches girls’ fund in Morocco

The US first lady is in Morocco promoting education for girls.

Data files from EgyptAir plane sent back to Egypt

The Airbus A320 plunged into the eastern Mediterranean Sea en route from Paris to Cairo on May 19 and all 66 people on board were killed.

Thousands flee South Sudan fighting

At least 39 civilians and four policemen were killed in the town of Wau, some 650 kilometres (400 miles) northwest of Juba, since violence broke out on June 24.

Liverpool complete Sadio Mane signing

The 24-year old Sadio Mane moved to Juergen Klopp's side after two successful seasons at Southampton, etting 25 goals in 75 appearances in all competitions.

Broke Zim government offers quarter salaries to workers

To weeks ago, the government announced it would stagger the payments.


Rocky future for Somalia's ancient cave art

Archaeologists say that Laas Geel may only be one of many treasures awaiting discovery in the vast rocky plains stretching towards the tip of the Horn of Africa.


Niger's Diffa suffers under Boko Haram violence

"There's no money, no jobs, no fields (to tend), nothing.'


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