Opposition members in Uganda are threatening Egypt-style protests if
next Friday's presidential election is rigged so that Yoweri Museveni
can extend his 25-year grip on power.
Across Africa, autocratic leaders and tyrants who are clinging to power are quietly squirming in the wake of President Hosni Mubarak’s resignation.
There may be changes afoot in Mozambique, if the government gets its
The Africa Trade Office (ATO) partnered with the U.S. Export
Assistance Center to host "Opportunities in Africa".
Could a greeting card company really make a difference in the Kibera
slums of Nairobi? One man thought so when he funded a greeting card co.
A South African chain's shareholders have overwhelmingly accepted
Wal-Mart's offer to buy 51 percent of their company, the chief executive
said Monday, paving the way for the giant U.S.-based retailer to enter
Last year's earthquake in Haiti was the most devastating disaster for a nation that has witnessed
its share of catastrophes.
As the public school system collapses in S. Africa, a free market replacement is emerging.