Touch and feel

As Africa gets more connected, so online services increase but they cannot just be a carbon copy of Western tech.

Rochester returns to its riverside

bptw partnership and HTA Design secure planning consent for 1,400 new homes at Rochester Riverside

Join us to celebrate WAN Awards success

Over the last ten years, the WAN Awards have evolved into the world’s largest international architectural awards programme and we are now announcing our inaugural awards ceremony

Benghazi attack: US captures man in Libya over 2012 raid

Mustafa al-Imam is accused of taking part in the attack that killed four US citizens at a compound.

How has Kenya fared under President Uhuru Kenyatta?

As Uhuru Kenyatta wins a second term in office, what did we learn about the Kenyan leader from his first?

Former players rally behind Algeria coach Madjer

Former internationals come to the defence of Rabah Madjer, whose appointment as Algeria coach earlier this month has been the subject of fierce debate in the North African country.

‘It hurts you know’

A recent court ruling has got South Africans of all ages discussing the merits, and otherwise, of smacking children, as the BBC's Pumza Fihlani reports.

Johansen pleads not guilty to corruption charges

Isha Johansen pleads not guilty to corruption-related charges as the Sierra Leonean football official appears in a Freetown high court on Monday.

Kenya election: Kenyatta re-elected in disputed poll

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta is re-elected in a repeat election boycotted by the opposition.

Forgotten history

How a Welsh seaside town hosted an institute for African students, including Nelson Mandela's mentor.