We live in a globalized world, where the degradation of land in the Sahel has implications not just on people living there, but for humanity as a whole. Just look at the European migration
Ongoing clashes in Sudan’s restive Darfur have killed at least 83 people in two days, state media said Sunday, just over two weeks after a long-running peacekeeping mission ended operations
Mozambique is stepping up plans to formalise international help to combat the Islamist insurgency in gas-rich Cabo Delgado province.
A “gruesome” massacre against farmers in northeastern Nigeria killed at least 110 people, the United Nations has said, raising tolls initially indicating 43 and then at least 70 dead.
The Ethiopian government forces have been fighting against a powerful regional government in the country’s northern region and hundreds are reported to have died.
While the world is still coping up with the dastardly terrorist attacks in France, Mozambique in East Africa has been bearing the brunt of radical Islamism.
Protests against police brutality in Nigeria have turned deadly, with at least one person confirmed dead and dozens more left wounded as officers continue to shoot at demonstrators.
Despite mining activism being the most deadly and dangerous form of activism in South Africa, its protestors stand strong against the opposition, threats, and harm.
In Nigeria, it is perhaps not the best of times to be a journalist or civil rights activist going by the spate of attacks on freedom of the press and speech.
The Covid-19 pandemic and the impact it is having on countries across the globe mirrors significantly the question: