The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Africa later this year to champion causes close to their hearts associated with Diana, Prince of Wales, according to reports.
Few countries anywhere in the world enjoy a closer friendship.
Malawi’s President Peter Mutharika has narrowly won re-election with 38% of the votes in last week’s polls, the electoral commission has declared.
A retired Moray high school teacher embarked on a mercy mission to a poverty-stricken African country ravaged by flash floods.
Thousands of girls in Malawi will learn computer skills, thanks to funding from the Scottish Government.
People in the north-east have been asked to help raise cash for the victims of the African cyclone.
Additional aid funding has been announced by the Scottish Government to help support relief efforts in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe following deadly flooding in the region.
A Scottish aid worker has described the devastation after a horrific cyclone ripped through Africa.
Department for International Development (DFID) Malawi head of office, David Beer, said the country was "a friend in need".
Britain has pledged a further £12 million in aid to help survivors amid the devastation caused by Cyclone Idai across parts of Africa.
The British Red Cross has made an urgent appeal for donations to deal with the “severe humanitarian emergency” caused by Cyclone Idai across parts of Africa.
Mozambique has begun three days of national mourning for more than 200 victims of Cyclone Idai, one of the most destructive storms southern Africa has experienced in decades.
International aid has started trickling into the east African countries of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi to ease the humanitarian crisis created by floodwaters from Cyclone Idai.
A kind-hearted football team has donated strips to young players who had their own kits stolen in Africa.
The Church of Scotland has raised more than £500,000 to tackle HIV and AIDS by serving hundreds of thousands of bowls of soup.
Hollywood star Gerard Butler has shared a meal with pupils in Haiti who are being helped by school feeding charity Mary’s Meals.
Madonna is celebrating her upcoming 60th birthday with a fundraiser for orphans and children in Malawi.
An Argyll charity has reached a milestone of donating over 500,000 school bags to children in Malawi.
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 Moray secondary school is targeting stronger ties with an African country during 2018.
An Aberdeenshire midwife who volunteered in Malawi delivering family planning advice and sex education today highlighted the barriers facing young women there.
Ministers in one of the world’s poorest countries are to receive training from staff at Aberdeen University, thanks to a new partnership.
A collection of striking images, showcasing the women of an African nation, will go on display in a Mearns town today.
A Moray woman is travelling to Africa on a mission to combat superstitions that epilepsy is a sign of demonic possession.
An Aberdonian has travelled thousands of miles to Africa to help bring education to rural villages.
A north-east granny is preparing to take on Malawi by bicycle as part of a fundraising drive for the nation's struggling hospitals.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has signed-off his trip to south-east Africa with an appeal for Scottish companies to invest in the region.
Scotland and UK must be a "critical friend" to Malawi, David Mundell insisted yesterday as his trip to the south-east African country drew to a close.
Scottish Secretary, David Mundell, hailed education as the key to transforming Malawi yesterday when he launched the next stage of a project that brings schools around the world together.
A north-east charity has shipped 65 beds to medical centres in Malawi.
An MSP has clashed with Aberdeen City Council over its refusal to fly the national flag of Malawi to commemorate its independence from the British Empire.
A group of volunteers from Shetland have just arrived home from Malawi where they spent a month helping in pre-school orphanages, care groups and a community hospital.