South Africans holds #BlackMonday protests over farm murders

White farmers in South Africa block motorways in a protest against murders, they call #BlackMonday.

Ethiopia: ‘Red Terror’ war crimes trial begins at The Hague

An aide to Ethiopia's former Communist ruler stands accused of ordering the execution of 75 people.

‘My fans saved my life’

The lifting of US sanctions after two decades brings hope to cancer patients and crippled businesses.

Knitting ‘knockers’ for Kenyan breast cancer survivors

Meet the knitting group helping Kenyan women with breast cancer.

Snøhetta reimagines 550 Madison Avenue

Since 550 Madison was completed in 1984, its fortress-like base has presented an uninviting street front but Snøhetta are about to change all that

Branding your practice: How to gain a competitive edge

Luke Woodhouse, Creative Director at Ragged Edge explains why communicating with clients has never been so important for architects

Marks Barfield Architects gets the greenlight in London

Marks Barfield Architects wins planning for 23,000 sq m mixed-use Stephenson House development with 17,000 sq m of Grade A office space and 17 new homes including 6 at London Affordable Rents

US Navy Seals ‘investigated for murder over Mali army death’

Reports say the death of a 34-year-old US army officer in Mali is being investigated as a murder.

African football mourns death of Burkina Faso goalkeeper Soulama Abdoulaye

African football mourns the death of former Burkina Faso goalkeeper Soulama Abdoulaye who died from a long illness in hospital in Bobo-Dioulasso aged 37.

Mogadishu bombings: Top Somali officials fired over deadly blasts

The police chief and the head of intelligence are sacked after a series of deadly bombings.