Clinton met with Somalia's president Thursday and traveled to Tshwane (Pretoria) Friday. She must work with a continent most united by a desire to appear independent from the US.
In Kenya, she expressed dismay over rejection of human-rights tribunal – but emphasized shared trade and security interests.
One aim: to bolster relations with resource-rich countries where China has been aggressively extending its presence.
In the rape capital of the world, some are seeking to curb sexual violence by focusing on men's role in preventing it.
Uganda and the UNHCR want nearly 18,000 refugees in Uganda – most of whom are Hutus – to go home by Friday. But few are complying, afraid the legacy of the 1994 genocide still lingers.
The day after President Obama's historic trip to Ghana, analysts find few concrete details about future policy shifts.
President Obama arrives in Ghana this weekend, but China's booming Africa presence may mean that he'll have less leverage to advance US interests than his predecessors.
Concert footage not to be missed in this documentary about the music superstars who performed before the Muhammad Ali-George Foreman fight in 1974.
As rich countries snap up farmland in developing world, calls grow for regulation to prevent what many see as neocolonial behavior.
Saudi Arabia has cut several deals, most recently in Tanzania