Buhari sympathises with leaders of East, Central Africa over deadly floods
President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed solidarity with the government and people of Kenya and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) over the deadly flood disasters and devastating mudslides wreaking havoc in some parts of their countries
Fourth UN peacekeeper dies after Central Africa chopper crash
A fourth Senegalese UN peacekeeper has died after he was injured in a combat helicopter crash in the Central African Republic two weeks ago, the UN said on Monday.
A Beautiful struggle to screen at Vlisco&Co creative network
All is now set for the return of the Vllisco&Co Creative network billed for Thursday, July 18, 2019. Holding for the third time in Nigeria since inception, the initiative has since grown to 52 young and experimental participants across West and Central Africa. This time, it’s all about Lagos. In the same spirit of collaboration…
This year’s auction of Modern and Contemporary African Art at Bonhams in London was an impressive harvest. It was also preceded by a three day free exhibition of the works on sale. The auction is a marketplace like any other but one uncelebrated aspect of such sales is the single opportunity to see rare works…
On temporary islands in Central Africa, hundreds flee militia torture
For a few months each year, the Ubangi, a tributary of the mighty River Congo, dries up and a cluster of ephemeral islands emerge from its torrents before the skies darken and seasonal downpours return.
UN troops, Central Africa protesters face off, warning shots fired
UN troops fired warning shots on Monday as angry protesters marched through the Central African Republic capital, Bangui, demanding that "passive" UN peacekeepers be sent home for failing to do their job.