Boosting local funding could change the game for Africa’s startup ambitions.
A review of Bring Back Our Girls, a book about Nigeria's captured school girls.
Paystack’s acquisition represents the dream for Nigerian tech entrepreneurs.
Jacob Zuma was sentenced to prison. A chicken company made fun of him.
Lindani Myeni was shot by officers in Hawaii following what cops said was a 'burglary in progress.' But little about his death makes sense to his loved ones.
In his statement, President Obiang accused the military of “negligence” – even though he is the commander-in-chief.
The Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention only launched in 2017, but between Ebola, measles and the Covid-19 pandemic, it has had its work cut out for it. The agency’s director Dr John Nkengasong speaks to The Continent about the vaccine rollout and the turn of the tide in Tanzania.
After Flutterwave and Paystack, the Nigerian city has attracted local and global investors looking to find the next big African opportunity.
While some movements flamed out, activists across the continent, particularly young women, can take pride in the changes they began to bring about.