Rwanda genocide suspect Ladislas Ntaganzwa has been flown into the country from Democratic Republic of Congo to stand trial.
Former Congolese vice-president and rebel leader Jean-Pierre Bemba has been found guilty of war crimes by the International Criminal Court (ICC).
A report from the Independent Policing Oversight Authority (IPOA) reveals police in Kenya regularly manipulate investigations and cover up crimes committed by officers and protect their colleagues.
A journalist in South Sudan has been abducted, tortured and dumped near a graveyard soon after being released by security forces for criticising the government.
A group of 30 journalists who had staged Sudan’s largest ever hunger protest have agreed to end their demonstration after the government pledged to defer their case to the Constitutional Court.
The UN has said the crisis in South Sudan is getting worse with leaders in the country “dragging their feet” in implementing a peace deal.
The Catholic Church has urged Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta to honour his promise to Pope Francis that he will fight corruption in the country.
A team of journalists in Sudan are staging a hunger strike in protest of their newspaper being suspended.
The UN High Commission for Human Rights has warned Uganda of its obligations under international law as protests over last week’s elections turn violent.
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has formed a committee to investigate a video that allegedly shows teachers caning students at Keveye Girls Secondary School.