1. Nigerian beach developer to expand into Gambia after Lagos demolition

    By Alexander Onukwue The Scoop LAGOS — After losing its Lagos beachside real estate to controversial government plans for a coastal highway, Nigeria’s Landmark Africa is working on plans to build two new West African beach properties, chief executive Paul Onwuanibe told Semafor Afr
  2. Prince Archie 'desperate' to visit UK with dad but Meghan and Harry 'don't want to encourage it'

    By Jessica Gibb,Mollie Quirk & Joseph Wilkes Little Prince Archie is "apparently desperate to visit the UK" with his dad Prince Harry - and "loves the idea that his grandad lives in a castle", an expert has claimed. But his wayward royal parents are thought to be worried about enco
  3. The one way King Charles will meet with Prince Harry has been revealed as 'rift may never heal'

    By Mollie Quirk According to an expert, there is one way King Charles will meet with his son Prince Harry , which comes after the Duke of Sussex was seemingly "snubbed". The Duke of Sussex returned to the United Kingdom last week for the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games. The D
  4. Nigeria: Fitch Raises Nigeria's Debt Rating Outlook to Positive

    By Leadership News / Leadership [Leadership] Nigeria's debt rating outlook was lifted by Fitch Ratings to positive from stable, six months after it said that reform progress since President Bola Tinubu came to power in May of last year was faster than it anticipated. "The Positive
  5. Burkina Faso: Military Junta Blocks Access to More International Media Institutions

    By RSF [RSF] Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns an alarming decline in press freedom in Burkina Faso, whose military junta suspended access to nine international news outlets in the space of 48 hours for covering a Human Rights Watch report about an alleged massacre by the a
  6. Review: a journey to West African food

    By Katherine Spiers Ponia’s Palace is a huge West African restaurant in the unlikely-seeming Antelope Valley, a very northern part of Los Angeles County that doesn’t get much attention, unless there is an article about the housing crisis or the mortgage crisis or the opioid crisis