Sudan has banned global news network Al Jazeera as pro-democracy protests continue in the country.
Protesters in Sudan are conducting a two-day strike in protest against the country’s ruling military council.
The United States government has removed Eritrea from its list of countries not cooperating with its counter-terrorism efforts.
Uganda has accused Rwanda’s military of entering its territory and killing two civilians as relations between the neighbouring countries continue to deteriorate.
Ethiopia’s foreign ministry has apologised after a map of Africa appeared on its website showing neighbouring Somalia as Ethiopian territory.
South Sudan’s warring leaders are being sued by a group of more than 300 civil society groups after delaying the formation of a unity government.
At least five Sudanese protesters and one security officer were killed during violent clashes in Khartoum on Monday.
Burundi’s Supreme Court has ordered the seizure of assets belonging to exiled opposition members.
An activist has been found beaten and unconscious in a southern Tanzanian village, prompting fears of a crackdown on opposition politics.
South Sudan President Salva Kiir says the formation of a unity government in the country could be delayed by a year.