Scientists say putting bugs on peoples’ plates is a nutritional, economically smart and eco-friendly solution Africa’s rampant food insecurity.
While Valentine’s Day is mostly a Western tradition, given its roots in Christianity, the holiday has caught on in countries around the world in recent years.
A new report’s findings reveal that Nigeria’s GDP could gain up to $534 billion by 2030 if corruption is addressed.
A Saudi held since 2001 and never tried is the latest inmate to be freed from the U.S. military-run prison in Cuba.
The detainee, who had all charges against him dropped by the U.S. in September last year, alleges sexual abuse while in custody.
Roch Marc Kabore was sworn in as president of the African nation Tuesday, succeeding longtime ruler Blaise Compaore.
Some economies, such as Ghana, South Africa and Angola — with ballooning debt and high exposure to global markets — will be most vulnerable to the Fed's rate hike, analysts said.
Ghana’s Air Force is close to concluding predelivery negotiations with Brazil's Embraer Defense to acquire additional Super Tucano turboprop-powered aircraft.
The trip, during which the Chinese president will co-chair a summit with African nations, comes at a time when the Asian giant's investment in the continent is dropping.
The third India-Africa Forum Summit kicked off in New Delhi Monday, as Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi sought to highlight the nation's “strong emotional link” with Africa.
Multiplex owners say they won't show "Beasts of No Nation" because of Netflix's plan to violate a traditional 90-day window between a film's theatrical and TV premieres.
Twenty nations most vulnerable to climate change have joined to form the "V20" group, and urged immediate action on a "fundamental human rights issue."
"We will try to get to the bottom of it and prosecute the companies or those persons, who are involved," said Nigeria's president.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has been criticized for taking his time to appoint a cabinet, which remains largely unfilled.
All of the 244 foreign nationals taken into custody during the sweep had prior criminal convictions, with 56 percent having felony convictions.
Ghanaian officials say the Islamic State has recruited two students and targeted universities in the country.