Press freedom has never been abundant in East Africa but the past few months have seen some of the region’s leading nations implement regulations that stifle media organisations, journalists and publishers. Kenya’s cybercrime bill is being criticised by many as
The US military says an air strike against Somali extremist group al-Shabaab killed 12 militants on Thursday.
Chinese financial powers are cooling on the idea of investing in Ethiopia as the East African nation’s economy faces fresh challenges, according to reports.
Kenya exported its first shipment of crude oil on Sunday, joining Uganda as the only two East African nations to export the commodity.
During the mid-1990s, most of Africa was frozen out of global economics entirely, due to crippling debts they simply couldn’t pay. Essentially bankrupt, more than 30 countries across the continent were tied down by overheads beyond their means and major
Visit Rwanda says the number of British travellers visiting the country has risen by more than 20 percent over the past 12 months.
Tanzania’s government on Tuesday won a court case against bloggers and activists attempting to block new online publishing regulations.
Ethiopia’s government plans to amend anti-terror laws rights groups say have been used to detain journalists and critics.
Rwanda has been criticised over a £30 million sponsorship deal with English football club Arsenal FC.
Oxfam says urgent action is needed to prevent millions of people in South Sudan from being hit by famine.
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