The Burundian, Lydia Nsekera, is the first woman in the history of football to join FIFA’s Executive Committee, which essentially remains a male club. “I think I am very much ‘one of the boys’ when I am talking about the game… When you show that you care for the game and you actually understand the game, the fact that one is a woman matters less,” she tells our football editor, Osasu Obayiuwana.
As Tanzania celebrates its golden jubilee, we take a look at what the future holds for one of Africa's hottest prospects.
A detailed political and economic breakdown of what is quite possibly the most extraordinary transformation in the history of modern Africa.
New evidence shows that Britain accepted liability for slavery back in 1806. How will this affect the reparations movement?
Preview of the 2012 Africa Nations Cup including this year's players to watch, tournament venues and group stage analysis.