With a population of less than one million and little more than a port to its name, the dry, arid country of Djibouti may not be the first African nation that comes to mind. If you happened to visit this
As protests briefly pause in Kenya over the IEBC’s role in next year’s presidential election, fresh doubts over Kenya’s ability to hold fair, peaceful elections resurface.
Last October, the most tightly fought election in Tanzania’s history named John Magufuli as the country’s new president.
As little as five years ago, Kenya was the undisputed powerhouse of the East African region. And, while the government insists that position in unassailable, it looks like a transition of power could be on the cards. Some experts from within
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An African Union (AU) report on the civil war in South […]
South Sudan’s cabinet has approved controversial plans to turn the country […]
The spokesman of a Burundi opposition party was shot dead […]