At the African forensics school, students learn to manage death with dignity
A militia leader from the Central African Republic has been extradited to the International Criminal Court in The Hague
Eight African cities featured in the 2018 Climate Vulnerability Index
One-size-fits-all solutions cannot fix the myriad problems facing the Central African Republic
There are more boy scouts than peacekeepers in the CAR. Even in the midst of a civil war, the scouts are arguably more effective
It’s a war, despite all the setbacks, that the UN is winning — that the UN, even if it shies away from using the “W” word, must win.
Conflict in CAR has left thousands of people without limbs. A new prosthetics centre is helping a lucky few to get back on their feet
Woody plants’ cover has increased across large swathes of the continent in the past three decades
Photojournalist Marcus Bleasdale has documented war and its aftermath around the world but especially in Africa. He spoke to Shaun de Waal
The UN promotes local ownership in peace building, which is difficult to achieve
If a man dies in the Central African Republic, his wife is at risk of being evicted from their home by his relatives.
Events in recent months highlight the mounting interest of China and Russia in the Central African Republic
Tourism is driving job creation in Africa
The capital of the Central African Republic could be a great holiday destination – if it weren’t for the civil war
Even in its best days, the CAR was never much of a state. But since the outbreak of civil war in 2013, the government has all but ceased to exist
Abel Kotton’s job is to turn the national museum once again into a proud showcase of Central African history
UN head Antonio Guterres has tapped Jane Connors to put victims first as she works to eliminate sexual exploitation committed by peacekeeping troops.
The UN’s aid chief has alerted member states of the "early warning signs of genocide" amid increasing violence.
The conflict in the Central African Republic is getting more violent and is spreading to previously unaffected areas. The world seems indifferent
A terrifying escalation in fighting by splinter groups has led to the slaughter of civilians.
Bemba’s MLC troops helped put down an attempted coup in neighbouring CAR, in months-long campaign of horrific abuses against civilian population.
President Faustin-Archange Touadéra who previously served as a prime minister, has promised to disarm combatants on both sides of the fighting.
Following a call from the UN for a record $20.1 billion, 15 of the world’s leading aid agencies were polled on their top humanitarian concerns.
Men sent to stabilise the Central African Republic are accused of sexual violation and civilian death.
Leaders of the two countries are co-operating in investigations amid allegations that French soldiers sexually assaulted children while in CAR.
The International Criminal Court has opened a formal investigation into an "endless list" of atrocities committed in the Central African Republic.
The company that left SA troops high and dry in the CAR is still bagging major SANDF contracts.
The former rebels that last year seized power in the Central African Republic say they "will not participate in the next government".
Michel Djotodia, former president of the Central African Republic, has taken over leadership of the Muslim Séléka militia group again.
Locals in the Central African Republic have been sidelined, which means that any solution to the fighting in the country is unlikely to succeed.
Politics and absconding African Union forces make peace a tough sell in the Central African Republic.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has warned that the CAR’s struggles for power and resources has "degenerated into anarchy, hatred and ethnic cleansing".