Kenya on map

Kenyan official finds 12 dead babies after hospital ‘sting’

A doctor and two other staffers have since been suspended.

President of Uganda Yoweri K Museveni gestures as he speaks during a news conference in a hotel in St Julians, Valletta, Malta on the first day of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), Friday Nov. 25, 2005. CHOGM was opened by Britain's Queen Elizabeth II on Friday and the event is due to hosted by Uganda in two years time. (AP Photo/Martin Cleaver)

Uganda accuses EU parliament of meddling in its internal affairs

EU parliament to pass a resolution asking the courts of Uganda to drop charges against opposition politicians.

Zimbabwe on map

South Africa issues cholera alert after outbreak in Zimbabwe

16 people have died in the past week from a suspected cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe

Angola on map

Five die in stampede after Angolan soccer match

The stampede took place on Saturday.

Victoire Ingabire [photo: BBC]

Rwanda frees jailed opposition figure

Another opposition figure, Diane Rwigara, who tried to run against Kagame in a 2017 presidential election, is also in detention.

Former Egyptian leader, Hosni Mubarak [Photo:]

Egypt court orders arrest of Mubarak’s sons

They are accused of stock market manipulation.

Kenya on map

IMF pledges support to Kenya as $990mn standby deal expires

Kenya had secured a six-month extension in March on the $989.8 million.

Nelson Chamisa (Photo Credit: Report Focus News)

Zimbabwe’s opposition leader postpones mock inauguration after cholera outbreak

Nearly 4,000 people have been infected with cholera.

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U.S., UN sanction Libya’s militia leader over $1.4bn oil revenue loss

The sanction was in accordance with the UN listing.


U.S. sanctions to remain until Zimbabwe demonstrates reforms — Official

The official said U.S pressure on Zimbabwe remains in place.


President Kenyatta defies parliament, rejects bill delaying unpopular fuel tax

The president would reportedly address the country on the matter on Friday.

Charge d’ Affaires of China Embassy in Nigeria, Lin Jing,

Loan: China not ‘Father Christmas’ to Africa — Envoy

The envoy said China loans only accounts for 8.5 per cent of Nigeria’s foreign debt profile.


U.S. tourist commits suicide in central Uganda

The police have launched investigations into the incident.

Uhuru Kenyatta

Five Kenyan banks fined for aiding corruption

The banks failed to report large cash transactions and undertake adequate customer due diligence.

South Sudan President Salva Kiir (R) shakes hands with former rebel leader and First Vice-President Riek Machar (L) after a new unity government was sworn-in, Juba, South Sudan, 29 April 2016. South Sudan President Salva Kiir named a new unity government sharing power with former rebel leader Riek Machar, ending a conflict that erupted since mid-December 2013. According to peace agreement, the interim government will govern for the next 30 months before holding general elections. EPA/PHILLIP DHIL

South Sudan’s president, rebel leader sign peace deal

The new agreement, mediated by Sudan, reinstates Reik Machar, a former vice-president, to his former role.

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Zimbabwe cholera outbreak highlights failure to invest in infrastructure, health system – Amnesty International

Initial cases of cholera were reported in Gweru and Harare last month and the capital is now the worst affected area.

Pierre Nkurunziza, Burundi President

Burundi bans UN experts who uncovered rights abuses

UN found proof of summary executions, arbitrary detentions, torture, sexual violence and forced disappearances in 2017 and 2018.

Ethiopia on map

New Year: Ethiopia releases 8,875 prisoners

Presently, the country is celebrating the arrival of 2011.

South Africa on map

20,336 murders recorded in S/Africa from 2017 to 2018 – Minister

Murders of women and children have increased.

Zimbabwe on map

Zimbabwe declares cholera emergency in capital after death toll rises to 20

The large scale and severity of the outbreak has been attributed to poor sanitation among others.

Ethiopia/Eritrea border

Ethiopia, Eritrea leaders celebrate peace, new year at ‘war-raged border’

Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki visited their troops stationed at Bure.

Omar Al-Bashir, Sudan President

Sudan inaugurates new leaders

The appointments were made to tackle the country’s growing economic crisis.

Fake nails, eye lashes banned in Tanzanian parliament

The ban would also apply to visitors to parliament.

Zimbabwe opposition leader to be inaugurated as ‘people’s president’

Mr Chamisa lost the July 30 election to incumbent president, Emmerson Mnangagwa.


Zimbabwe to clear $1.8 billion World Bank, AfDB debts

The government says it plans to remove Zimbabwe’s quasi currency bond note as part of currency reforms.