Nigeria's Muhammadu Buhari is facing heightened pressure to defeat Islamic extremism and boost the oil-dependent economy amid concerns over his health
Villagers use cards pre-loaded with money to dispense and pay for water
There is jubilation from hundreds of people in Kamuzu Stadium as Mutharika and his vice president take oath from Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda
South African President-elect Cyril Ramaphosa is showing signs of cracking down on corruption Wednesday as the country's new parliament voted him to lead the country for a five-year term
Trump says there can be no infrastructure deal with Democrats as long as they continue to investigate him
According to the independent NewsDay newspaper, Saulos Chilima’s UTM made the allegations Sunday and urged the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) to postpone the elections to a date to be determined by the electoral body.
Mugabe confirmed that he has not paid workers but noted that the employees should be grateful because he gave them pieces of land to cultivate tobacco.
Hatice Cengiz tells US lawmakers she can't believe no one has yet faced serious consequences for having killed journalist
'Coordinated inauthentic behavior' sought to influence political races in Africa, Latin America, Southeast Asia
White House proposing to move from humanitarian concerns to merit-based system
Certain communities were spared because of flood mitigation projects sponsored by World Food Program
At least a dozen nations' rules "improperly constrain" civil society, Freedom House says