As the only remaining part of Patrice Lumumba’s body is laid to rest in Kinshasa, the big lie has been exposed for what it was and no one is under any illusions about the real role of Belgium in the Congo.
As Cameroon hosts the Africa Cup of Nations, Frederic Nonos looks at how the tournament has boosted the country’s infrastructure and united the nation behind its team.
The small but dynamic landlocked country of Rwanda is rapidly becoming the go-to model for other African states on how to not only create but …
Gabon has become the first African country to be paid for reducing carbon emissions by protecting its rainforest in a move that could advance the continent’s sustainable development. Wanjohi Kabukuru reports
César Augusto Mba Abogo, former Minister for Finance, Economy and Planning of Equatorial Guinea, speaks out In his first international interview since leaving office in October.
Development of the Minim Martap bauxite mine will benefit Cameroon in a number of ways, including through job creation, generating export revenues and infrastructural development. Neil Ford reports