The interview with Alpha Condé in sight of 2020 elections. Professor at the Sorbonne, the first elected president in Guinea after decades of dictatorship, he defeated ebola and boosted the country's economy
The next European elections will also decide Europe’s strategy for Africa – a partner or a problem?
The republic will have to forego hosting the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations due to delays in its organisation and a precarious security record
The country prepares for new elections: terrorism, inflation and a growing population are the main issues
Unforeseen developments in female emancipation are affecting the democratic transition process in the run up to the 2019 presidential elections
The US and the EU shouldn’t kid themselves: a roadmap for peace must involve all the forces that one way or another hold sway in anarchic Libya.
Airports, media outlets and mining concessions could end up in Beijing's hands if Zambia doesn’t make good on its long-standing debt.
Tunisia has fulﬁlled its commitments with the Union and is now beneﬁtting from ﬁnancial support allocated according to a ‘more for more’ criteria.
In spite of failing health, 81-year-old President Bouteﬂika is running for a ﬁfth term. If his country doesn’t ﬁrst blow up, it will surely grind to a halt.
After 20 years of war, the accord between Ethiopia and Eritrea could bring more stability to the Horn of Africa and East Africa as a whole.
Inter-African migration: which regions of the continent do the economic migrants come from, where are they headed and what are they searching for.
The Sahel is the ground zero of climate change: drought, desertification and 150 million inhabitants. Rainfall is so scarce that Lake Chad has shrunk by 90%.
Artist South African William Kentridge has left his mark along the River Tiber’s banks.
The unemployed in rich South Africa, a country on the frontline against racism since apartheid, now rebel against immigrants usurping their jobs.
The serious economic and social disruption is good for jihad. But foreign investment is pulling back while the government and opposition are at war.
Following the lifting of sanctions, Sudanese politics is pushing in different directions to find a solution to the country’s economic crisis.
A new conflict between President Salva Kiir and former President Reik Machar. While famine looms, more arms arrive, instead of victuals.
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