Locusts by the millions are chomping their way across a large part of Africa in the worst outbreak some places have seen in 70 years.
Boris Johnson has vowed to invite African leaders to the UK “regularly” following the investment summit in London this week.
The Duke of Sussex has arrived in Canada to be reunited with wife Meghan and son Archie.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have told African leaders about their aspiration to tour the continent which holds “a very special place” in William’s heart.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have hosted a glittering Buckingham Palace reception for world leaders from Africa.
Boris Johnson has set out his post-Brexit trade pitch to African leaders with his vision to put “people before passports” in an immigration system overhaul.
The 22 richest men in the world have more wealth than 325 million women in Africa, a report by Oxfam has found.
Boris Johnson will call for the UK to be the “investment partner of choice” for Africa at a conference in London on Monday.
Lindsay Razaq: Close encounters of the herd kind – animals need protecting from us, not us from them
There’s a cow in the middle of the path and she doesn’t look like she wants to budge.
Ellon woman preparing to volunteer as nurse in Africa on board world’s largest charity-run hospital ship
An Aberdeenshire woman is preparing to set sail on board the world’s largest charity-run hospital ship to help save lives in the West African nation of Senegal.
I like to think you’ve got to know me a bit over the past eight months - hopefully anyway.
One of the north-east's most renowned business figures has gained international recognition for his philanthropy.
The Duke of Sussex will be joined on stage by singer Rita Ora at a Hampton Court Palace fundraising concert in aid of his Sentebale charity.
A north-east woman is shipping more than 47 stone of clothes, toys and tools to Africa after completing a massive drive to help struggling children there.
Singer Rita Ora is to perform at a Hampton Court Palace fundraising concert in aid of the Duke of Sussex’s Sentebale charity.
People in the north-east have been asked to help raise cash for the victims of the African cyclone.
An intrepid north-east man is preparing to climb one of the world’s biggest mountains in memory of his father.
An Aberdeenshire boy who was asked by his school to find work experience has decided to take on volunteering in Uganda.
The son of north-east oil tycoon Sir Ian Wood has expanded his children’s surgery charity in four West African countries.
At least 60% of wild coffees are threatened with extinction, including the species behind one of the world’s most popular beverages, scientists warn.
American rapper Pitbull has recorded a cover version of Toto’s classic rock ballad Africa, to the bemusement of hundreds of listeners online.
Hollywood star Gerard Butler has shared a meal with pupils in Haiti who are being helped by school feeding charity Mary’s Meals.
An army reservist from Aberdeen is playing a pivotal role in the battle against illegal poaching in Africa.
It could be the coils of incense wafting from thuribles, or perhaps the sight of men spinning furiously on their heels, but as the sun dips below the onion domes of Omdurman’s mosques, I’m beginning to feel quite dizzy.
EnerMech, of Aberdeen, said yesterday it was looking to double revenue from its operations in Africa to £50 million over the next three years.
The distinctive, bold cry of the fish eagle, said to be the sound of Africa, was what I wanted to hear when I arrived at the Zambezi Queen on the Chobe River, on the Botswana-Namibia border.
Shares in Sage Group tanked on Friday as the software firm revised down its forecast for annual sales following a poor first half.
Philanthropist Sir Ian Wood has warned that the Oxfam scandal must not become an excuse to slash the UK’s foreign aid budget.
During the Christmas period, Pastor Iain Duthie encouraged his congregation to give the gift of health and hope to new mums and their babies in Ethiopia by donating at their popular carol concerts.
A psychiatrist has called for for more funding so that she can transform mental health care in one of the world’s poorest countries.
A medal parade will be held to honour Moray troops returning home from a United Nations mission in Africa.
A collection of striking images, showcasing the women of an African nation, will go on display in a Mearns town today.