South Africa is recovering from the deadly storm that hit parts of Gauteng and spread to KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape killing at least nine people.
The African Union’s pledge of a $100,000 in relief items to drought victims in Somalia six months ago has just been handed over to the Somali government.
Officials are struggling to contain a widespread deadly outbreak of plague thats been wreaking havoc in the country since late August.
Ghana’s presidency, Flagstaff House and its lawmaking chamber will soon be depending on solar energy as a source of power.
At least 10 people have died and another 92 are missing in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo due to flooding after torrential rains caused a river to overflow its banks, a local official said on
The United Nations is urging for more investment in long-term projects to protect people in developing countries from droughts, following a visit by heads of UN agencies to Ethiopia, where 9.5 mill
The 2017 Africa Food Prize for African achievers in agriculture was awarded to academic Professor Ruth Oniang’o of Kenya and entrepreneur Mrs Maïmouna Sidibe Coulibaly of Mali for their outstanding
As more than a million Egyptians, Ahmed Nada suffered from hepatitis C before finding the path to healing in a country that has become a global destination for patients seeking treatment.
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Saturday sounded alarm over the spread of a cholera in July, which has killed 528 people and now affects 20 of the 26 provinces in the Democratic Republic of
The Niger Basin Authority on Saturday warned of the risk of severe flooding in Benin and Nigeria, two countries crossed by the river, that has burst its banks.
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