The rapid economic development of countries like Ethiopia and Rwanda are well documented. Or, more accurately, the benefits of Africa’s economic surge are widely applauded but the potential downsides of growing too much, too quickly are rarely discussed. Yet the
South Sudan President Salva Kirr has declared a three-month state of emergency in four states across the country.
Burundi President Pierre Nkuruniza is calling on people who fled the country during political unrest since 2015 to return home.
Western donors are refusing to support South Sudan’s peace process any further, until a more credible agreement is put in place.
South Sudan’s government says it is ready to accept a 4,000-troop regional peacekeeping force, as part of the United Nation’s efforts in the world’s youngest nation.
Ethiopia has released more than 110 Somali prisoners following a diplomatic agreement between the two countries.
Tanzania has been named as Africa’s best safari destination by the largest online marketplace for African safari tours.
US President Donald Trump has a big decision to make next month regarding sanctions imposed on Sudan. The US president, whose travel ban on Sudan and five other predominantly Muslim nations was partially reinstated this week, will need to decide whether
The United States has a consistent approach to tackling extremism in foreign lands. Bombs drop from the sky, somewhat indiscriminately falling upon innocent civilians and targets identified as terrorist threats. Reports of extremist leaders being killed by airstrikes are pretty
The director of South Sudan’s state television has been arrested for failing to air a live broadcast of President Salva Kiir’s Independence Day speech.
Lawmaker Miguna Miguna has filed a fresh petition seeking court […]
More than 40 Ugandan women were rescued by Thai authorities […]
The World Health Organization (WHO) has raised the health assessment […]
The United Nations says armed groups in South Sudan have […]
Landslides in Rwanda killed at least 18 people over the […]