More than $750-million (U.S.) in mining revenue disappeared before it could reach the national treasury, an investigation has found.
Jul 20, 2017
In northeastern Congo, unequal pay and cultural taboos have kept women from sharing in the country’s mineral wealth
Jul 17, 2017
Government identifies abortion and family planning programs that will receive $241.5-million, with 65 per cent going to Africa
Jul 11, 2017
Bell Pottinger formally apologizes to country, admitting that a racially divisive campaign devised for Zuma was offensive, unethical
Jul 07, 2017
The widely anticipated ruling in The Hague was a strong rejection of South Africa’s claim that state leaders have immunity from prosecution
Jul 06, 2017
To fight allegations of a bias against Africa, the International Criminal Court will need support from those affected by the continent’s war-crimes – a task more daunting than it might seem
Jul 02, 2017
The President faces his third non-confidence vote in August amid a rising opposition against him
Jun 30, 2017
U.S. Treasury Secretary’s new bride wrote a book that triggered backlash as critics found the narrative riddled with fictional passages and stereotypes
Jun 29, 2017
After decades of efforts by family of Ahmed Timol, inquest begins into death at notorious police station
Jun 26, 2017
Rigorously documenting exports from small-scale sites boosts miners’ revenue, gives buyers ethical certainty
Jun 25, 2017
Geoffrey York is The Globe and Mail's Africa correspondent.
He has been a foreign correspondent for the newspaper since 1994, including seven years as the Moscow Bureau Chief and seven years as the Beijing Bureau Chief.
He is a veteran war correspondent who has covered war zones since 1992 in places such as Somalia, Sudan, Chechnya, Iraq and Afghanistan. He is the author of three books, including two books on aboriginal issues in Canada.
He has received several journalistic awards, including a National Magazine Award and two National Newspaper Awards.