[East African] A debate on whether to scrap Presidential term limits in Burundi is set to kick off after a commission formed last year to chart the country's political future said it was ready to present its findings to Parliament.
[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -President Jacob Zuma has expressed his full support and confidence in Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, and has emphasised the fact that the Minister has not been found guilty of any wrongdoing.
[Ghanaian Chronicle] Kumasi -The Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament and Member of Parliament (MP) for Essikado in the Western Region, Joe Ghartey, has raised the alarm over what he says is a general insecurity system in the country.
[Deutsche Welle] Following Riek Machar's reported reappearance in Khartoum, the South Sudanese government has started laying down conditions for the eventual return home of the former vice president and rebel leader.
[EFF] The Economic Freedom Fighters reiterates the previously shared position that the Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan should, at most, cooperate with the investigation process conducted by the Directorate of Priority Crime Investigation, the Hawks, over the establishment and operations of the National Research Group (rogue spy unit) at the South African […]
[African Arguments] US legal and military justifications for conducting attacks in Somalia have evolved recently, leading to a surge in airstrikes. Could the same precedent be used elsewhere in Africa?
[Ethiopian Herald] The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the government is discussing with the public and works to raise awareness on development plan as a means to address public demand. The government does not need any external intervention for its solely internal issue.