The past shows that aid and development models cannot resolve the continent's inherent problems.
Jailed lawyer Thulani Maseko feels the wrath of the system he slammed, but remains undeterred.
The president’s fall on the red carpet made him mortal - but laid bare the nation’s hate and hurt.
Zambians will vote for a new president in a defining poll for the country, which is under pressure to make its mineral wealth count for citizens.
Jobs for pals, lack of accountability, the blurring of state and party – déjà vu?
The leader of Botswana's opposition the Umbrella for Democratic Change denies the claim of being on a hit list is a publicity stunt.
A series of heated email exchanges has exposed rumblings of discontent among members of the Information and Media Panel of Inquiry.
Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Jonathan Moyo is accused of using the media hearings as a battlefield to curry public favour.
Political factional fights in the Zanu-PF have led to a media crackdown with suspicious break-ins and raids on three editors' offices.
President Jacob Zuma's international relations adviser Lindiwe Zulu has angered the Zimbabwe government by calling for elections to be postponed.