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Progress on South Sudan peace agreement ‘limps along’

Progress on implementing the South Sudan peace agreement is halting partially due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a special representative of...

Burundi: New Government, but no progress insight on the human rights front

Following the 2020 presidential, legislative and local elections, the fifteen-year presidency of Pierre Nkurunziza came to a close and a new era...

‘Warlord politics’ guides peace in South Sudan

As the violent civil war in South Sudan comes to a formal end, peace is made by power-sharing between political competitors. Crucial...

Uganda: Bobi Wine Dares Museveni to Free and Fair Elections

Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine has reacted to President Museveni's earlier missive in which he accused him and his...

Rwanda denies prominent opposition figure was kidnapped

Rwandan President Paul Kagame on Sunday refuted media reports that dissident Paul Rusesabagina had been kidnapped in order to bring him back...

Kenya: Crack the Whip On Corrupt CSs, Sonko tells Uhuru

Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has called on President Uhuru Kenyatta to sack Cabinet secretaries implicated in corrupt dealings.

Uganda’s ‘Minister of Ethics’ who pushed for the death penalty for gay sex just lost his seat in Parliament

In the heated run-off in Dodoth West in Uganda’s Karenga District, Lokodo was defeated in the ruling party National Resistance Movement primaries...

Sudan declares three-month state of emergency over floods

Sudan's Security and Defense Council declared a national state of emergency for three months because of floods that have killed 99 people...

Live bullets, teargas fired to MP Galiwango’s supporters

Police fired live bullets and teargas on Saturday to disperse supporters of Mbale Woman Member of Parliament, Ms. Connie Nakayenze Galiwango, who...

Mali’s Junta to Hold Transition Talks This Weekend

The junta that seized control of Mali in a coup two weeks ago will hold transition talks this weekend with political parties...

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Rwanda: Tanzania, Rwanda to Resolve Cross Border Trade Hurdles

TANZANIA and Rwanda have agreed to meet at the end of this month to discuss and address various bottlenecks that impede smooth...

Progress on South Sudan peace agreement ‘limps along’

Progress on implementing the South Sudan peace agreement is halting partially due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a special representative of...

Burundi: New Government, but no progress insight on the human rights front

Following the 2020 presidential, legislative and local elections, the fifteen-year presidency of Pierre Nkurunziza came to a close and a new era...

Kenya: Military Demand for Land Puts Northern Kenya’s Farmers On Edge

Villagers say the military is taking over vital grazing land, forcing them to compete with neighbouring communities for pasture

Kenyans, cry less over pipeline

Ever since Uganda in April 2016 announced it would build the pipeline to export its crude oil through the Tanzanian seaport of...
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