Zimbabwe is now a hyperinflation economy, according to the Public Accountants and Auditors Board, which is mandated to regulate auditing and accounting standards in the southern African country.
Sixty-seven people arrested by police in a Kampala bar popular with gays have been charged with "common nuisance", but rights activists say it was a bid to intimidate the LGBT community.
Twenty-two Algerian demonstrators have been handed one-year jail sentences for "undermining national unity" by bearing the Berber minority's flag during anti-regime protests, a prisoners' rights group says.
Russia backs lifting an embargo on diamond exports from the Central African Republic, the deputy finance minister says, as Moscow is preparing to chair a global scheme regulating the gem trade.
Nigerian security forces have used tear gas and fired in the air to disperse protesters seeking the release of an opposition figure held since August after calling for a revolution.
Sources say the purchase of the claims by the Mimosa mine, which is jointly owned by Impala and Sibanye Gold, could be finalised by the end of the year.
At least three assailants were killed in a "terrorist attack" on army troops on Monday, Burkina Faso's military said, five days after the country suffered its worst casualties in a long-running jihadist revolt.
Mokgweetsi Masisi has won the presidential election in Botswana, and is also the leader of the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP). (Monirul Bhuiyan, AFP)
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South Sudan's rival leaders have, once again, missed a key deadline to form a transitional unity government, raising new concerns for a fragile peace process in a country devastated by years of ruinous civil war.
Zimbabwe wants to revert to using its own currency in place of the US dollar and the rand.
Zimbabwe's wildlife agency says it would move hundreds of elephants and other animals in a dramatic bid to save them from a lethal drought.
Egyptian authorities have opened up Tora prison in Cairo for a media tour, following a UN report on the "brutal" conditions in which jailed ex-president Mohammed Morsi was held before his death.
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An international rights group has called the Nigerian government to ban chaining as it condemned the "terrible" abuse faced by thousands of people with mental health conditions across the country.
International travellers are increasingly choosing to holiday elsewhere on the continent.
Hyperinflation wiped out pensions a decade ago, but this time around, savers and fund managers are getting savvier.
Zambia's president Edgar Lungu has denied stifling the rights of opposition leaders, saying authorities who refuse them permits to assemble and meet supporters are working within the law.
South Sudan President Salva Kiir says a new delay to set up a power-sharing government is"endurable" as he vows to honour a peace deal funding pledge for a unified army.
At least 10 Nigerian soldiers have been killed and nine severely injured in an ambush by jihadists in restive northeast Nigeria, military sources say.
Thousands of Guinean protesters have taken to the streets in the capital Conakry , in fresh demonstrations days after deadly clashes marred a funeral march for those killed in recent anti-government marches.
Nigerian police have freed 259 people from an Islamic rehabilitation centre in the southwestern city of Ibadan, police say, taking the number rescued from abusive institutions since September to nearly 1 500.
Mauritians will vote on Thursday in an election that will see Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth vie to win a popular mandate two years after he was handed the top job when his father stepped down.
Dr Joram Gumbo is the second minister in president Emmerson Mnangagwa's government to be arrested.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has said the death toll from protests last month stands at 86, calling on citizens to resist "forces" threatening to impede progress in the country
A former senior Rwandan official has gone on trial in Belgium accused of taking part in the 1994 genocide in his country.
Chiyevedzo Mutero was one of dozens competing in the remote Zimbabwean bush to join the all-female anti-poaching Akashinga rangers when she broke her finger.
A Gambian former beauty queen on Thursday accused former President Yahya Jammeh of raping her to punish her for rejecting his marriage proposal, in evidence to the country's truth and reconciliation commission.
A powerful climate phenomenon in the Indian Ocean stronger than any seen in years is unleashing destructive rains and flooding across East Africa -- and scientists say worse could be coming.
Uganda's government says it wants to boost coffee production in the country and has tabled a bill in parliament that seeks to regulate the country's coffee sector, but not all farmers are happy with the proposed law.
Businesswoman Bridgette Motsepe-Radebe has denied allegations of political meddling in Botswana and rumours of an alleged affair with former president Ian Khama.
Facebook says it has taken down accounts linked to a Russian ally of President Vladimir Putin seeking to spread disinformation on the social network in eight African countries.
Nigeria's top court has dismissed an appeal by main opposition candidate Atiku Abubakar to overturn the result of February's presidential vote in which President Muhammadu Buhari won re-election.
The telecoms regulator hiked tariffs by 95% this week - after a 182% increase in August.
A local radio station that has been involved in the fight against Ebola in eastern DRC says it is closing down after one of its broadcasters was murdered.
Authorities say the suspension follows discovery of foot and mouth disease in northern South Africa close to border.
An independent panel of United Nations experts says the death of former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi in June could amount to "a state-sanctioned arbitrary killing".
Africa is poised to become the “land of opportunity” for bond and equity investors should the US and China strike a trade deal, says the Bank of America.
Malian police rescued more than 60 victims of human trafficking, mostly women and girls, who were subjected to sexual exploitation, forced labour and begging, Interpol says.
South Sudan's president Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar have agreed to extend by 100 days a deadline to form a power-sharing government, a regional official says.
Zimbabwe is considering freezing incomes and prices as it battles to contain runaway inflation which has eroded consumer disposable incomes and left many employees incapacitated to even report for work.
A digital war is unfolding in Mali alongside a jihadist conflict that has claimed thousands of lives: the battle to sway young minds is being waged on the mobile phone.
President Donald Trump backs talks between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan to resolve the ongoing dam dispute between the three African countries, the White House says.
A teenage mourner was shot dead and several others were wounded in clashes between Guinean police and protesters at a funeral march for those killed in recent anti-government demonstrations, the opposition and the victim's family say.
Mali's president Ibrahim Boubacar Keita has declared three days of mourning after a militant attack on an army base killed more than 40 soldiers last week in one of the deadliest strikes on the country's military.
South African businesswoman Bridgette Motsepe-Radebe has been fingered as a co-signatory to at least two bank accounts holding some of the more than $10bn allegedly stolen from the Botswana government to finance 'terrorism'.
Deep in the tropical forest in southern Nigeria, an evangelical pastor runs a sprawling camp billed as a refuge for thousands of children who fled the Boko Haram jihadist insurgency in the north.
More than 400 people have been arrested in Ethiopia during investigations into ethnic and religious violence that left 78 people dead last week, a spokeswoman for Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said Thursday.
Mozambique's largest opposition party Renamo has lodged court papers calling for the October 15 election results to be annulled due to "massive electoral fraud".
About half of the Zimbabwe’s 14 million people lack reliable access to enough food as a result of the worst regional drought in almost 40 years, according to the Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube.
Relatives of Sudan's former regime officials detained since the ouster of Omar al-Bashir have demonstrated, seeking their release and condemning the protest movement that led to the autocrat's downfall.
South Sudan's government is failing to push through a peace deal, the country's main opposition says, calling for a six-month delay in the formation of a unity administration.
More than two million Zambians are facing "severe" food insecurity after drought and flooding reduced harvests, the Red Cross says.
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