When it opened its doors in 1960, the Ducor was one of a few five-star hotels in Africa, boasting a night club and air-conditioned rooms, according to travel guides
Rebels killed Muammar Gaddafi in his hometown of Sirte on 20 October 2011, months into the Nato-backed rebellion that ended his four-decade rule
Alpha Condé is not the first president to have his humiliation captured on camera.
A decade after the photojournalist’s death his family wants his remains found and to know the circumstances in which he died
The UN is currently going through a serious liquidity crisis because many countries have not paid their annual dues, and it is therefore unable to fulfil all its mandates
Simmering tensions could see the country partitioned between east and west
Self-diagnosis and symptoms are recipe for paranoia — just see the doc, take the meds and Bob’s your uncle
The Trump administration is only the latest to push the boundaries of the law to take out foreign adversaries
People power can break a dictatorship – but what comes next?
Clashes near Tripoli in Sunday have killed at least 32 people, with a further 50 people left wounded
Libya’s proposed elections and any subsequent interim government will fail if the country’s challenges aren’t addressed
The former president is being questioned in connection to former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi and the source of his funding for his 2007 campaign
Military superpowers, which now include China, rely on Djibouti’s increasingly fragile stability
The trial of the Chad dictator in Senegal shows that war and other similar crimes need not be heard in The Hague.
If Islamic State consolidates its foothold in Libya, it will pose a major threat to North Africa and Europe.
An informant told Hillary Clinton that Zuma secretly received money from Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi and that he feared for his position as president.
African leaders reprimand the West, particularly France, for its intervention in Libya, which they say has left Africa rife with terrorism.
With Muammar Gaddafi out of the picture, President Robert Mugabe
is severing commercial and diplomatic ties with Libya.
And Treasury says it will work with Libyan authorities to locate more.
Jacob Zuma did not have the answers to many questions about issues affecting SA, but he did defend everyone’s right to have the Guptas as friends.
Libya will appeal a ruling by the International Criminal Court to hand over former ruler Muammar Gaddafi’s son, Saif al-Islam, to the tribunal.
Assets worth billions belonging to slain Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi are thought to be held by South African banks.
A new law that excludes former officials of the Gaddafi era from public office is dividing Libya and deepening the turmoil plaguing the country.
Gunmen have demanded the Libyan government’s resignation as they have besieged ministries.
Gunmen have demanded the expulsion of officials from the ousted Muammar Gaddafi regime.
A car bomb has hit the French embassy in Tripoli, wounding two French guards and causing major damage in what Libya has called a "terrorist" incident.
Libya celebrated two years since the start of the revolt which toppled Muammar Gaddafi, with security forces on high alert for incidents of violence.
A feud between two Libyan towns demonstrates the country’s deep divisions a year after Muammar Gaddafi was killed.
The citizen soldiers who became heroes for toppling Libya’s leader Muammar Gaddafi last year are being widely blamed for the country’s current woes.
Human Rights Watch has alleged that pro-Muammar Gaddafi fighters, including the dictator’s son Mutassim, have been abused and murdered in Libya.
A Libyan rebel credited with capturing Muammar Gaddafi in a drainage ditch last year has died of injuries at the hands of the ex-leader’s supporters.
Libya is set to question Muammar Gaddafi’s spy chief Abdullah al-Senussi after his extradition from Mauritania, as rights groups urge a fair trial.