Rwandans have voted by an overwhelming majority to give Paul Kagame the right to run for a third term as president.
The leader of Kenya’s main opposition group, Raila Odinga, has vowed to name the individuals he claims have illegally profited from Kenya’s Eurobond saga.
The trial of 28 people accused of orchestrating May’s failed coup attempt against Burundi’s President Nkurunziza has begun.
A US lawmaker has told South Sudanese diplomats they should be “totally embarrassed” to represent their country and insisted their president, Salva Kiir, and rebel leader Riek Machar should be jailed for war crimes.
One of the most notorious fugitives in Rwanda’s history has been arrested by Interpol in Congo.
Rwanda has set the date for a referendum that will decide President Paul Kagame’s eligibility to run for a third term in office.
Rwanda Presiden Paul Kagame will decide whether to run for a third term in power after a national referendum which will ultimately decide his eligibility.
Ethiopia and Kenya have signed a $200m (£130) trade deal which aims to bring an end to ongoing border conflicts between the two countries.
As many as 50 women have been divorced for voting in Tanzania’s recent elections against the will of their husbands.
Twenty-seven Muslims are are being tried in Sudan on charges of apostasy – all of which are facing the death sentence if found guilty.