South Sudan President Salva Kiir has ordered the expulsion of Luka Biong Deng from Juba University, after the lecturer organised a forum challenging the president’s decree for a 28 state nation.
Cord leader Raila Odinga handed a fresh attack on the Jubilee Government, Wednesday, calling on President Uhuru to wake up and report for duty.
At least 14 people have been killed and 20 more injured in a spate of clan violence in central Somalia on Monday.
A Burundi journalist is being detained on unknown grounds, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, according to local reports and the managing director of his radio station.
Sixty-three senior police officers have been fired amidst ongoing corruption investigations, the Kenyan National Police Service Commission (NPSC) has revealed.
Sudan and South Sudan have agreed a deal to demilitarise their shared border, after years of negotiations.
Tanzania President Jakaya Kikwete has rejected accusations that his party plans to rig the presidential elections next week and warned against violence in the build up to polls.
Kenya’s Parliament has passed a new law to protect MPs from public criticism and restrict media coverage.
Fresh clashes have broken out between Sudanese troops and Ethiopian gunmen, at the border shared by both countries, according to reports.