Prosecution and defence lawyers at the International Criminal Court have agreed on a March 2013 trial date for two of the four Kenyans accused of masterminding post-election violence in 2007.
Charges against former crime-intelligence head Richard Mdluli have shaken the country's ideal of an independent police force that is untainted by politics.
If the government can’t protect Tripoli's main airport, would it be able to provide security nationwide during elections scheduled for July?
The two events: a morning suicide bomb attack on worshippers at a church in Bauchi State, in North Eastern Nigeria, that left at least e
Electricity prices in Nigeria have gone up today. Derision and disbelief sums up the reaction of many people here.
After days of results trickling in from polling stations in Lesotho's mountain regions it now appears that the incumbent Prime Minister
The sentencing of Charles Taylor to
A new radio telescope array is set to look into the furthest-known reaches of universe, as it was 13 billion years ago.
Multimillion-dollar structure is a little bubble of escapism in a place where the harsh reality of life is still inescapable for some South Africans.
A satirical painting of South African President Jacob Zuma exposing his genitals raises the ire of the ruling ANC.
Fighting between the new rebel group M23 and government forces have displaced thousands of people from North Kivu.