Benjamin Kwashi, Archbishop of the Anglican Church in Jos, Nigeria, on the Gospel’s Endurance...

In June Benjamin Kwashi, Archbishop of the Anglican Church in Jos, Nigeria, was elected as general secretary of the Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON)....

Christian Described Being Stoned by Muslim Mob in Kenya

Christian survivors of a stoning in Kenya from September which led to two deaths have described what they called a "scene from hell" at...

Christian Activist Says Nigeria is Aiding Boko Haram by Freeing Hundreds of Jihadis Who...

The Nigerian government is "aiding and abetting" the deadly Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram by releasing captured militants who have "repented," a Christian activist...

‘Worst Ever’ Ebola Outbreak in Congo: 198 Dead, Over 300 Cases Confirmed

The current Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is the most severe in the country's history with 319 confirmed and probable cases...
Young Algerian, Tunisian and Moroccan men were part of France's colonial-era army

World War I: The ‘Black Army’ that Marched in from Africa

Two million Africans were killed when the continent was drawn into the conflagration of World War I. The war and its aftermath wrought seismic...

Survivors of ISIS Bus Attack on Christians in Egypt Recount Horrors of Seeing Parents...

Victims of last week's attack on Coptic Christians have detailed the horrifying moments when gunmen murdered seven and injured at least 20 others after...
Judith Heard, 32, said she was asked for $3,000 to stop the photos being leaked.

Ugandan Model, Judith Heard, is Arrested Under Country’s Anti-Pornography Act After Blackmailers Publish her...

A model and socialite from Uganda was blackmailed for $3,000 (£2,300) when someone stole her nude selfies and threatened to publish them online. Judith Heard,...

Cameroon Defends Arrest of Journalist While Providing More Details About the Death of American...

The Cameroon government has defended the arrest of a journalist who accused military forces of responsibility for the recent killing of American missionary Charles...
Job seekers wait for employers seeking casual labor on the streets of Cape Town © (Reuters / Mike Hutchings)

Government Jobs Website for Young South Africans Bans Whites from Registering

A registration process on a government partnered youth employment initiative has appeared to exclude white South Africans, sparking criticism from the country’s trade union. The...

47 People Killed in Head-on Collision Between Two Buses in Zimbabwe

A head-on collision between two buses has killed 47 people, where road accidents are common due to poor roads and bad driving. Two long distance...

US State Department Heads to Nigeria Amid Massacre of Christians by Islamic Radicals

The U.S. State Department is headed to Nigeria this week amid the massacre of hundreds of Christians at the hands of various Islamic radical...

Ten Men Are Arrested for Being Homosexual in Tanzania Days After Country Set Up...

Ten men have been arrested on the Tanzanian island of Zanzibar for 'being gay' days after a high-profile politician created a hit squad to...

New Video Shows Aftermath of Shooting Between Rival Pentecostal Church Members in South Africa

https://youtu.be/8c87ozbpe08 Footage of a shooting between two rival Pentecostal megachurch groups in South Africa has emerged a week after the violence destroyed 12 vehicles and left three...

Huge Donation Helps Texas Pastor Meet $2.3M Fundraising Goal to Help Liberia Get Clean...

A Texas pastor who began living on a barge on Lake Ray Hubbard in Dallas nearly a month ago and pledged to keep living...

79 Presbyterian Schoolchildren Returned After Being Kidnapped in Cameroon

Seventy-nine children who were kidnapped from a school in Cameroon on Sunday have now been returned, but Presbyterian Church officials say they appear to have been tortured. "They...

79 Presbyterian Schoolchildren Kidnapped in Cameroon Near Where US Missionary Was Murdered

Prayers are being urged after 79 schoolchildren, along with three staff members, were kidnapped by separatists from a Presbyterian school in Cameroon. The Associated Press reported...

79 Students Kidnapped From Presbyterian Boarding School in Cameroon

More than 80 people, including 79 students, were kidnapped Sunday night from a boarding school in Cameroon, according to a Monday report from The Guardian....

Prince Charles Acknowledges Britain’s Role in Slave Trade While Visiting Africa

Prince Charles acknowledged Britain’s role in the slave trade on Monday calling it an appalling atrocity that had “left an indelible stain on the...

France Gives 30 Million Euros in Aid to Gambia in Push for Stability

France gave 30 million euros ($34 million) of aid to Gambia on Monday as part of efforts to support its democratic transition and ensure...

Rachel Godwin: Boko Haram Had No Idea That Burning One Young Man’s Village Would...

"Blow up every church" and "kill every Christian" in Nigeria. That was the directive of Abu Musab al-Barnawi to his fellow Islamic militants when...