UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has criticised Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza’s plans to run for a fourth term in power.
Many Africa watchers might have taken the recent successful ejection of the Gambia’s defeated dictator, Yahya Jammeh, as a sign of hope for the upward swing of democracy in Africa. But despite this morsel of good news, the latest edition
American helicopter flying over flooded Limpopo River in Mozambique – via Wikimedia Not long after Sir John Chilcot’s long expected 2.8 million-word report on Tony Blair’s involvement in the Iraq war was made public, it was confirmed that the ex-U.K.
Kenya’s oil pipeline troubles look set to continue after Ethiopia denied claims of a deal between the two countries.
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.
Kenya has been ranked as one of the world’s leading nations for green power in the latest Renewables Global Status report.
Sudan will participate in a UN meeting where the African Union (AU) committee will explain its position against the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Kenya has signed a deal with South Korea that will see the Asian country help set up a technology centre in the East African nation.
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
South Korean president Park Geun-hye arrived in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa on Wednesday night – the first stop on her three-nation visit to East Africa.