United Nation (UN) and African Union (AU) troops look set to be deployed in Burundi, as the nation’s political crisis reaches melting point.
Violence continued to spread across Burundi’s capital over the weekend with at least six people killed on Sunday night alone – and an orchestrated attack on the mayor’s home.
Africa has been touted the first region in the world which could power its development through renewable energy.
Startups from across the African continent will be vying it out for the award of “Startupper of the Year,” in a contest created by energy firm Total.
A UN human rights official has admitted the organisation is less prepared to deal with genocide in Burundi than it was before the 1994 atrocity in Rwanda.
Tanzania’s new president John Magufuli has vowed to fight against graft and corruption in the country.
The only adult survivor of a cargo plane crash in South Sudan has told how he protected a stranger’s baby as the aircraft descended into a bank of the River Nile.
Nine people have been killed in a Burundi gun attack after the president gave a chilling warning to opposition members on Friday.
More than 40 people are feared dead following a plane crash, involving a Russian built aircraft, shortly after it took off from Juba International Airport.
Tanzania has ramped up its sex education efforts in a bid to curb the high levels of teenage pregnancies in the East African nation.
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