Video: U.N. warns of looming food crisis in South Sudan starting next year

The U.N.’s Food and Agricultural Organisation warns that the country will begin Next year with the worst food security situation in the country’s history.More than half the country’s population will Continue Reading →

Video: Burundi refuses to cooperate with ICC war crimes probe

Burundi has refused to cooperate with the International Criminal Court’s investigation into allegations of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Judges approved the probe just before Burundi was due to Continue Reading →

Video: Asia-Pacific economies press ahead with TPP without the U.S.

One of the biggest items on the agenda for the APEC leaders’ meeting is the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP. Trade ministers from 11 Asia-Pacific economies have agreed to press ahead Continue Reading →

Video: Ugandan Rising Star: Musician nominated for coveted Humanitarian African Award

Ugandan songstress Irene Ntale is making her mark on the African music scene. She’s just been nominated for the prestigious Humanitarian African Award – and is looking at growing her Continue Reading →

Video: Liberia Ebola Scandal: Survivors want allegedly corrupt Red Cross officers prosecuted

Ebola survivors and rights groups in Liberia say the recent apology issued by the Red Cross is not enough. It comes in the wake of reports that Red Cross officials Continue Reading →

Video: Anti-apartheid artist showcases solo exhibition in Johannesburg

One of South Africa’s most iconic anti-apartheid artists, Willie Bester is exhibiting a solo exhibition after eight years. Bester is known the world over for his powerful artworks made from Continue Reading →

Video: Nigerian craftsmen in efforts to preserve long held ‘Bou Bou’ garment

Nigerian craftsmen are determined to conserve the art of the Grand Bou Bou. The Grand Bou Bou is a traditional long garment worn by many, to signify wealth and status. Continue Reading →

Video: New militant group claims responsibility for deadly Western Egypt attack

A previously unknown militant group has claimed responsibility for an attack in which 16 security officers were killed. The attack happened in the Western region of the country. The group, Continue Reading →

Video: South African women recycle fabric offcuts into unique bags, toys

In South Africa, a passionate entrepreneur is helping to change the world for the better by up-cycling waste and creating much-needed employment in a poor community outside Johannesburg. CGTN’s Julie Continue Reading →

Video: Middle East looks to position itself as an African trading hub

African officials, including four heads of state, convened with international CEOs at a summit in Dubai. It’s part of Dubai’s push to position itself as a link for potential investment Continue Reading →

Nigeria’s foreign reserves climb rapidly, exchange rate stabilizes

Nigeria’s economy seems to be bouncing back. Foreign currency reserves are climbing rapidly and there is some stability in the foreign exchange market. Data from the latest Purchasing Managers Index Continue Reading →