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Napoli say they "never meant to offend or mock" Victor Osimhen in a social media post but stop short of publicly apologising to him.
At least 11 people killed after flooding in South Africa's Africa's Western Cape province, including Cape Town.
East Africa will meet the Confederation of African Football's rigorous requirements for Afcon 2027, Ugandan official Rogers Byamukama says.
The East African nation has pledged 1,000 officers but many question their suitability.
[allAfrica] Gaborone -- Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) affect over a billion people worldwide. These diseases, like Mycetoma and African trypanosomiasis or sleeping sickness are preventable and treatable, but if untreated they can debilitate, disfigure, and kill. Despite
[CAF] Cameroon, four-time finalists of the TotalEnergies Women's Africa Cup of Nations, will not play in next year's tournament in Morocco after being eliminated by Kenya on Tuesday.
[allAfrica] Gaborone -- During the World Health Organization's 73rd Africa Regional Committee held in Botswana, AllAfrica's Nontobeko Mlambo spoke to Thoko Elphick-Pooley, Executive Director of Uniting to Combat Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) to discuss progress made in
[HRW] South Africa has been grappling with sporadic and sometimes lethal xenophobic harassment and violence against African and Asian foreign nationals living in the country, including refugees, asylum seekers, and both documented and undocumented migrants.
[VOA] Luanda, Angola -- Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin returns to the United States Thursday after wrapping up his first tour across the African continent as Pentagon chief.
[VOA] Washington -- The White House says a new advisory council composed of prominent Americans of African heritage aims at "enhancing dialogue between U.S. officials and the African diaspora" -- a key focus of President Joe Biden's partnership-focused revamped Africa strategy.
[ICRC] The armed conflict in Cabo Delgado continues to exact a toll on civilians and civilian infrastructure. Humanitarian consequences linked to displacement, the destruction of infrastructure and loss of livelihoods continue.
[CAF] The Confédération Africaine de Football ("CAF"), today awarded the Africa Cup of Nations ("AFCON") 2025 to Morocco and the AFCON 2027 to Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.