July 25

  • Africa: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back?


    While a number of African countries have recently made some progress in improving the quality of life of their people, nearly as many are backsliding, according to the latest... Read more »

July 24

July 23

July 21

July 18

July 17

  • Africa: How Obama Can Get the U.S.-Africa Summit Right [guest column]


    Washington in early August is known for inactivity. During these long and hot 'Dog Days', Congress departs for its annual recess. Families, including the First one, pack up for an... Read more »

July 10

July 09

  • Liberia: 'You Ain't Know Ebola in Town?' [Blog]


    The kids chatted happily as they gathered around a community well, carrying buckets and jerry cans to fill with water for their households. They were in a buoyant mood, but it... Read more »

July 08

July 01

  • Ghana: Marchers Petition President Over 'Worsening Conditions'


    Hundreds of Ghanaians are staging an "unprecedented" demonstration in front of the presidential palace to protest against what they say is the country's worsening economic... Read more »

  • Nigeria: 'Very Talented' Super Eagles Full of Promise


    Nigeria showed against France on Monday that they are a side full of promise but far from the finished article. Read more »

  • Algeria: Algeria Prepare for Life after Coach Halilhodzic


    Algeria have much to be proud of at the World Cup in Brazil, but now must ponder an uncertain future without coach Vahid Halilhodzic. Read more »

  • Cameroon: Indomitable Lions Accused of World Cup Match-Fixing


    Cameroon's football federation will investigate allegations of match-fixing by seven of their players at the World Cup in Brazil, Reuters has reported. Read more »

  • Algeria: Germany End Africa's World Cup Dream


    Algeria fought hard but were found wanting in extra-time as they lost 2-0 to Germany to see Africa's last entrant tumble out of the World Cup in Porto Alegre. Read more »

June 30

June 29

June 27

  • Africa: Best and Worst of Africa On World Cup Stage [analysis]


    The 2014 World Cup in Brazil has shown both the best and worst of African football, but also produced for the first time ever two teams from the continent into the knockout stages. Read more »

  • Ghana: Problems On and Off Pitch Hurt Black Stars


    Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah tried to put a brave face on his side’s exit from the World Cup, but there must be a feeling that they have let an excellent chance slip. Read more »

  • Algeria: Draw for Algeria Makes African World Cup History


    Algeria ensured Africa has two teams in the second round of the World Cup for the first time in history after they held Russia to a 1-1 draw in Curitiba on Thursday. Read more »

June 26

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