[East African] New York -Senior US officials have warned that the Democratic Republic of Congo could be hit by violence worse than Burundi's if President Joseph Kabila does not surrender power later this year.
[News24Wire] EFF president Julius Malema delivered what he called the "real" State of the Nation Address outside Parliament on Thursday night, competing with President Jacob Zuma's voice booming through speakers on the precinct.
[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday warned governors to prepare for tough times ahead even as they agreed to slash by half all the money that they have budgeted to spend on travel and allowances for State and public officials.
[ECDPM] 2016 leads Africa into a new era in international cooperation. The migration and refugee crisis, terrorism, violence and fragility - all triggered by or mixed with the very visible impacts of climate change - are stark reminders that action on multiple fronts cannot be postponed.
[The Conversation Africa] South Africa's former president Thabo Mbeki kicked off 2016 by publishing a series of online essays designed to rectify what he views as serious errors in the country's modern historiography.
[OSIWA] General elections will be held in Niger on 21st February 2016. This is a significant moment for the country, which has faced years of unstable governments since gaining independence in 1960. Following its last national dialogue that ushered in a new government in 1993, Niger has alternated between democratic and military regimes. There have been thre […]