The UN has warned that foreign nations helping Eritrea to build a new military base are violating an arms embargo placed on the country.
Tanzania President John Magufuli has denied criticism that his regime is “suppressing democracy” for the sake of developing the country’s economy.
A confidential report from the United Nations accuses Israel of fuelling the civil war in South Sudan, according to reports.
Tanzania has refused to accept financial aid under conditions set out by donors from the international community.
Burundi’s government has voted to leave the International Criminal Court (ICC) with an overwhelming majority.
South Sudan’s Information Minister has denied rumours that the country’s president has died.
A South Sudanese journalist and human right activist is on the run from security forces after being accused of providing information for a recent Sentry Report that revealed war profiteering by the country’s leaders.
Somalia’s first female presidential candidate says she is out to “destroy” corruption in the country.
South Sudan’s former vice-president and rebel leader Riek Machar is calling for an armed struggle against President Salva Kiir’s government.
Five Tanzanians have been charged with cybercrime for criticising President John Magufuli on WhatsApp social media.
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