Mozambique is entering a crucial period in its history. Its LNG projects could add $100bn to the economy over 25 years, but the industry itself is under threat from insurgents. Neil Ford examines the current situation.
The insurgency being waged by the Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaah (ASWJ) movement in northern Mozambique is causing widespread death and destruction. Neil Ford investigates.
The security threat from Boko Haram can be controlled if Nigeria acts with the decisiveness it applied to fighting Covid-19, writes Ivor Ichikowitz
A Ugandan female domestic worker is butchered to death by her ‘master’ in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Climate change poses a great threat in a country where it is estimated that 80% of the population survive as subsistence farmers.
The most significant story coming from Africa over the past few months has been undoubtedly the confrontation of the people against the outdated military system …