The Super Eagles came from behind to win the encounter after conceding an early goal in the 3rd minute of the encounter.
Zimbabwe’s much-anticipated new banknotes eventually reached banks on Tuesday after a delay that saw many waiting in long queues for cash.
Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Adama Traore’s chances of representing Mali at international level could still be open after he withdrew from Spain’s squad due to injury.
Samuel Eto’o is hoping this will be the year an African player wins the Ballon d’Or for just the second time but still be happy if Messi emerges a winner.
More than 100 foreign-owned shops are getting shut down by Ghanaian traders in the country’s second-largest city, Kumasi.
Violence in Ethiopia that began with protests against Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and quickly morphed into ethnic clashes has left 67 people dead in Oromia state, a police official said Friday.
Mokgweetsi Masisi has officially been declared the winner and president of Botswana.
The Ghanaian Football Association on Friday named a new president more than a year after a corruption scandal forced a major shake-up of the game in the West African nation.
South Africa’s embattled former president Jacob Zuma will appeal against a court ruling that he stand trial on corruption charges, his lawyer said Tuesday.
A Political Science lecturer at the University of Ghana (UG), Professor Ransford Gyampo has threatened to initiate a legal action against the BBC over its “Sex for grades” documentary.