NPR’s A Martinez talks to the Miami Herald’s Jacqueline Charles about Kenya’s offer to send a thousand police officers to Haiti to lead a multinational effort to support Haitian police.
A leading music executive answers questions on the essence and evolution of the trendy music genre Afrobeats.
On June 1, President Yoweri Museveni, the autocratic and long-serving leader of the African nation of Uganda, signed what is considered one of the harshest anti-LGBTQ laws globally. Some of the punishments in the new law for Uganda’s found breaking the law include a 20-year sentence, and capital punishment for repeat offenders and other individuals…
The war in Sudan has unleashed a new wave of violence in the western region of Darfur, sending tens of thousands into neighboring Chad, where a new humanitarian crisis is looming.
From Nairobi to Johannesburg, I traveled on Kenya Airways on a Boeing 787–8 in economy class. Service was pleasant onboard and the meal was acceptable, but the chronically-delayed airline was late again. Kenya Airways 787–8 Economy Class Review After flying from Nairobi to New York in business class on Kenya Airways on my prior trip, I…
Sudan’s army chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan says no settlement with RSF without a permanent ceasefire in Khartoum.
SIGNIS Africa will hold a workshop to ensure Catholic communication practitioners acquire the requisite skills for effective coverage and reporting on news about refugees. The workshop will be held in Uganda from 10 July to 16 July 2023. Read all
The clashes have killed more than 400 people and injured thousands more. Those displaced are streaming into nations such as Chad, Egypt and South Sudan, adding to a refugee crisis in the region.
Even before its two leading generals went to war last week, “everyone wanted a chunk of Sudan,” an expert said of the strategically located country rich in natural resources.
In April 1994, a sinister call was broadcast over radio stations across Rwanda, triggering the start of 100 days of genocide that left more than one million people dead. Henriette Mutegwaraba heard that call.