This is huge news and it's barely in the media at all
In spite of president Donald Trump's promise to cull the unnecessary wars that the United States is constantly involved in (or starting), they continue to use tax money to kill civilians with impunity. The blood the U.S. continues to spill is often
A former French spy has been murdered six months into an investigation for allegedly plotting to assassinate an opponent of Congolese President Sassou Nguesso, according to The Times.
As media outlets across the world bring you the minute-by-minute updates of the Christchurch mosque shooting in New Zealand, those same outlets have been mostly silent on the recent mass slaughter of Christians in Nigeria by muslim herdsmen.
When you see the list of things Zimbabwe imports it's hard for you not to wonder: Is there something this country does not import? I mean we import everything from razor blades to matches. Now you can add another thing to the list: USD currency.
Ethiopia is a country that has had 8-10% GDP growth for many years and has been following the China development model. Ethiopia has been recovering for the past 25 years from a civil war and a completely devastated country. They have reached about $5
"Even though the well isn't an oil discovery, if Brulpadda proves to be anywhere near as big as the estimates of up to 1 billion barrels of oil equivalent resources, it will still be a game-changer for South Africa."
One of the promising hotspots for oil and gas exploration drilling this year - South Africa's offshore - has just yielded a massive natural gas and condensate find that could open a new exploration province for oil majors and change the energy fort
Justin's note: It's hard to think of two people who have had more success in resource investing than Casey Research founder Doug Casey and Rick Rule, the president and CEO of Sprott U.S. Holdings.
Zimbabwe is once again at the brink of economic collapse, making a mockery of President Emmerson Mnangagwa's claim that the country is open for business.
A shutdown of the internet by the Zimbabwe government this week, in an attempt to quell deadly protests, ended up achieving the exact opposite result - a total shutdown of the economy, including key public services like health and education.
TUNIS, Tunisia - Thousands gathered Monday in Tunisia's capital as the country marked eight years since a democratic uprising ousted its long-time strongman. The rally came amid deepening economic troubles in the North African nation and resurgen
Back in 1885, to much fanfare, the General Act of the Berlin Conference launched the Scramble for Africa which saw the partition of the continent, formerly a loose aggregation of various tribes, into the countries that currently make up the southern
"I think Nigerian-Americans offer a unique, flashy style and flavor that people like," says Chukwuemeka Onyejekwe, who goes by his rap name Mekka Don. He points to Nigerian cuisine like jollof rice that's gaining popularity in the U.S. But more