Africa

Togo blocks internet as protests continue

Internet access restricted as thousands take to the streets for a second day against President Gnassingbe's rule.

Togo blocks internet as protests continue

Africa

'Hundreds of thousands' protest across Togo

Protesters brandished placards denouncing President Faure Gnassingbe, whose family has been in power for 50 years.

Africa

'Turning point': Tensions in Togo after deadly protests

Thousands protesting against 50-year ruling dynasty call for the reinstatement of constitution limiting terms.

Tensions in Togo as anti-Gnassingbe rally turns deadly

Sport

Life after near-death for Togo's shot footballer

Bullets shattered Obilale's on-field dreams but his determination means he continues giving back to the sport he loves.

Life after near-death for Togo's shot footballer

Business & Economy

Illegal traders profit from Nigerian fuel in Togo

While Nigerians have had to go without fuel, some of the country's petrol is being sold in Togo.

Business & Economy

Unwanted second-hand items given a new life in Togo

The Togolese port of Lome has become a West African hub for trading second-hand goods from Europe and the US.

Politics

Togo court confirms Gnassingbe winner of disputed poll

Constitutional court ruled that incumbent president won third term with 58.77 percent of the votes.

Togo court confirms Gnassingbe winner of disputed poll

Politics

Togo opposition party rejects presidential poll results

CAP declares its candidate winner despite electoral commission announcing Faure Gnassingbe had won with 59 percent.

Togo opposition party rejects presidential poll results

Politics

Togo delays elections over voter list concerns

Presidential polls to be held 10 days later, after West African economic group said voter list needed revising.

Togo delays elections over voter list concerns

Innovate Africa

Community active

From recycling with cycles to using waste to build cheap computers, meet the young social entrepreneurs changing Africa.

Politics

Street protesters in Togo demand term limits

Demonstrators want constitution changed to impose presidential term limits that would bar president from running again.

Street protesters in Togo demand term limits

Opinion

Ghana's shot at manufacturing a boon for Africa

Two enterprising Ghanaians are developing products that they hope will catapult their country to man

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Latin America

Boateng, Muntari given qualifiers axe

Ghana have omitted Kevin Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari from African Nations Cup qualifiers after Brazil bust-up

Boateng, Muntari given qualifiers axe

Politics

Togo wants venue-change due to Ebola

Officials have asked the Confederation of African Football to move football qualifiers out of Ebola-affected Guinea.

Togo wants venue-change due to Ebola

Politics

Ebola forces state emergency in Sierra Leone

President Koroma calls in security forces to quarantine affected areas as WHO announces more deaths in West Africa.