Five pregnant school girls were arrested in Tanzania over the weekend in the southeastern town of Tandahimba.
In April 2015, Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza announced that he would run for a third term in power. The news rocked the East African country, sparking a civil conflict that’s displaced more than 400,000 Burundians and killed hundreds. The past
Five Kenyan policemen have been killed in a suspected Al-Shabaab attack, a government official confirmed this week.
Ethiopia’s prime minister on Wednesday announced plans to release all political prisoners and close Maekelawi, one of the country’s most notorious detention centres.
Rwanda and Kenya have banned shisha smoking, becoming the second and third African countries respectively to put bans in place.
African leaders have dominated the news throughout 2017. From Kagame’s third term to Kenyatta’s eventual election win to Kaliba’s refusal to step down, we’ve witnessed a key year for politics across the continent. Above all, it’s been a good year
Rwanda has banned the importation of meat, dairy products, vegetables and fruit from South Africa over an outbreak of listeriosis viral disease.
The Somali government has retaken control of the country’s airspace for the first time in more than two decades.
South Sudanese citizens are fleeing to the Democratic Republic of Congo amid the latest clashes between government troops and rebel forces.
South Sudan President Salva Kiir has promised his government will comply with the country’s ceasefire and do everything it can to establish peace in 2018.
A 756-km rail project connecting landlocked Ethiopia with Djibouti has […]
Five pregnant school girls were arrested in Tanzania over the […]
South Sudan’s former army chief has called on President Salva […]
Rwanda and Tanzania have agreed to build a Standard Gauge Railway […]
Sudan has sent more troops to its border with Eritrea […]