The UN Secretary-General on Thursday recognized the “remarkable achievements and resilience of the Sudanese people, and its transitional government” since the overthrow of Omar Al-Bashir in 2019, as they “chart a new future together.”
Rev. Rose Okeno is the first woman elected as a full Anglican bishop in Kenya. Her ordination defies a church
South Sudan is “ready to turn a new page” towards greater peace, development and prosperity, Vice-President Rebecca Nyandeng de Mabior said in her speech in the UN General Assembly on Friday.
Kenya’s Catholic Bishops have issued a pastoral letter that addresses various pertinent matters affecting the nation.
UN Secretary-General António Guterres has welcomed Ethiopia’s commitment to ensuring aid workers can access the war-ravaged Tigray region, his Spokesperson said in a statement on Friday.
Uncovering the News — 04/13/21 – 04/19/21 Whats At Stake: This week we give credit to the Ugandan armed forces and the media who are working to build better relations. This is a big deal for a country known for clamping down on its media institutions. On Friday, April 16, two soccer games were held…
Somalia: ‘Prioritize the national interest’ international partners urge, as political stalemate continues
The UN and international partners working to support a lasting peace and democratic election process across Somalia, said on Sunday that they were highly concerned by the current situation there, calling on Somali leaders to “prioritize the national interest” and resolve their political impasse.
Bobi Wine, the pop star who became a presidential candidate, considers rebuilding his anti-government movement after a violent election season
DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA – Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan has ordered the reopening of media outlets that were closed
Welcome to Foreign Policy’s Africa Brief. This week’s highlights: Hundreds of Ugandans have disappeared in the aftermath of the country’s most