Africa

John Ajayi writes on the forthcoming Loeries Creative Week competition billed to hold in Durban “As the creative community in Nigeria, we should be bold and ready to showcase our work for the world to see and also attend Loeries

opinion By Nicole Goldin Any views expressed in this article are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation. If we want to improve prospects for security, we should start by improving prospects for youth August 12 marks

analysis By Elizabeth Sidiropoulos “If you are not at the table, you are probably on the menu.” This is how one African official summed up the imperative for Africans to be part of discussions on global matters, from financial regulation

Qatar’s 2022 World Cup preparations have been inconvenienced but not delayed by a political and economic blockade by its neighbours, Doha’s most senior tournament organiser said on Sunday. Hassan Al-Thawadi, Secretary General of the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy,

Zambia left it until late on Saturday at home to book their place at the Total African Nations Championship (CHAN) Kenya 2018 after beating South Africa 2-0 at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola. A brace from Justin Shonga in

Giants of Africa, the organisation founded by Toronto Raptors President, Masai Ujiri, will begin its annual camp on Saturday. The venue this time is the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Surulere, Lagos. GOA officials confirmed that the kids for the training

Libya became the first team to qualify for the Total African Nations Championship (CHAN) Kenya after a 1-1 draw with Algeria in Sfax, joined by Morocco which beat Egypt 3-1 in Rabat both on Friday. Winners in 2014 in South

By Ben Ezeamalu, Oladeinde Olawoyin and Olanrewaju Oyedeji As President Muhammadu Buhari’s aircraft taxied along the runway of the Abuja International Airport on Saturday, a presenter at one of Nigeria’s popular Pidgin radio stations announced to his listeners: “The president

By Mohammed Amin Representatives of political parties from 32 African countries assembled in Sudan’s capital Khartoum on Saturday to discuss ways of strengthening integration as a means to curb illegal exploitation of the continent’s natural resources. Speaking at the opening

analysis By Aditi Lalbahadur South Africa and Angola’s leaders may be preoccupied with domestic events, but they ignore Congo at the region’s peril. This weekend, as the Southern African Development (SADC) heads of state meet in Pretoria to discuss developments