Meet Jano First Ethiopian Rock Band band
Africa 9 April 2017

Members of the Jano band take part in a practise session on February 16, 2017 in Addis Ababa. The band has been playing in Ethiopia and touring in Europe for the past five years.

UN chief urges 'massive response' to avert Somali famine
Africa 8 March 2017

Somalia- 08 March 2017 - Top UN aid chiefs have begged donors to increase efforts to stave off looming famine in South Sudan, where a third of the population are in crisis after months of war.

‘She Leads Africa’ aims to help women in leadership positions
Africa 19 February 2017

Johannesburg, 19 February 2017- An empowerment initiative to help young women succeed in their businesses, She Leads Africa helps build entrepreneurs' careers by hosting events across the continent.

African-American entrepreneurs’ hopes under Trump administration
Africa 18 February 2017

Washington, 18 February 2017 - The US state of Maryland is home to one of the country's largest African populations. Within that 120,000 strong community are plenty of people looking to make it in the business world.

Zimbabwean 'This Flag' pastor to apply for bail
Africa 8 February 2017

Zimbabwean pastor, Evan Mawarire, the man who mobilised people to demonstrate against the Mugabe regime, is in jail. He was arrested last week, upon his return to Zimbabwe.

Millions missing from Gambian state coffers, claims adviser
Africa 23 January 2017

Johannesburg, 23 January 2017 – Amnesty International deputy regional director Stephen Cockburn speaks about the latest developments in The Gambia.

Gambian President Yahya Jammeh tries to cling to power
Africa 19 January 2017

JOHANNESBURG, 19 January 2017 - One analyst says the writing is on the wall for Gambian leader Yahya Jammeh as he has also lost his grip on the military.

2016 has been a year of the good, the bad and ugly for Africa
Africa 27 December 2016

JOHANNESBURG, 27 December 2016 - Let’s take a look at what made headlines on the continent.​

An SANDF soldier has died in the DRC
Africa 20 December 2016

JOHANNESBURG, 20 December 2016 - Moalosi Mokhothu had been serving in the South African army for five years. He died during a gun fight with rebels in that country. Two of his colleagues were injured. His family says they’ve lost their sole source of inco

Mujuru speaks about Zimbabwe elections
Africa 7 December 2016

07 December 2016 - eNCA's Thulasizwe Simelane sat down with Joice Mujuru and in the last part of their interview he asks her if elections were ever rigs in Zimbabwe.