A number of African nations have been implicated in the Panama Papers scandal, in which millions of leaked documents reveal the offshore tax havens of world leaders, high-profile politicians and some of the world’s richest.
The EU plans to cut funding for Burundi’s peacekeeping contingent currently operating in Somalia.
Tanzania has joined Kenya and Uganda in discussions to resolve the troubled oil pipeline project that has united and divided the three countries in recent years.
There’s some strong discourse coming out of “Western” powers – most notably the US – over China’s growing investment in African nations. There are various angles being thrown about too: the dangers of Chinese expansion across the world, the threat
The Word Bank has warned Kenya that its growing intake of Chinese loans could put the nation’s economy at risk.
Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta will travel to France and Germany next month to attend trade and peace talks in the two nations.
The Chinese government has moved to ease fears over its first overseas naval base, established in Djibouti, following international concern.
Troubled talks over an oil pipeline project between Kenya and Uganda resumed as the countries’ presidents met in Nairobi on Monday.
African budget airline Fastjet has announced its chief executive will step down this week, following increased pressure from shareholder and easyJet founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou.
Residents of Masalani in Garissa County are the latest group to protest over water shortages in the area, accusing the Kenyan government of failing to intervene.