Nineteen Ethiopian children who were kidnapped in last month’s attack in Gambella by South Sudanese gunmen have been released.
US global delivery firm UPS is backing a startup drone project in Rwanda to deliver blood and vaccines across the country.
South Sudan’s First Vice-President Riek Machar has called on the people of South Sudan to forgive one another for the sake of peace, as rival sides continue to clash in the country.
With all efforts to resolve the Burundi crisis appearing to have reached stalemate, blood continues to flow in the conflict-ridden country. The United Nations, European Union, US and African Union (AU) have all been heavily involved in dialogue, but so
Tanzania’s Minister for Environment January Makamba has warned that 61 percent of the country’s land is on the verge of turning into desert.
The Ethiopian government is calling on the country’s private sector for help in its battle against drought and land restoration efforts.
A young Somali woman is in critical condition after setting herself on fire on the island of Nauru.
South Sudan’s reunited leaders have established a long-awaited transitional government as part of the nation’s peace process.
The US has pledged an extra $90m of aid to South Sudan following the arrival of Riek Machar, but threatened fresh sanctions if the country’s reunited leaders fail to establish peace.
South Sudan’s armed opposition leader Riek Machar has been sworn in as the country’s First Vice President following his return to the capital.