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The European Union plans to suspend financial aid to Zimbabwe’s electoral commission after observers termed election results invalid.
The US praised Nigeria’s President Tinubu for the economic reforms he has created that provided opportunity for Africa.
UNESCO has recommended that royal leaders’ tombs in Uganda should be removed from the list of endangered heritage.
Sudan army chief Abdel Fattah has told troops in the country that the time has come to end the rebellion by paramilitaries.
Sudan’s army chief, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, embarked on his first overseas journey to Darfur since the eruption of conflict in April.
Mali’s junta has called on terrorists in the northern region to restore peace amid fears of fresh conflicts.
Thousands of people rallied in Niamey to support the Niger coup after new military rulers ordered an ambassador to leave the country.
A local official and hospital source said that shelling had killed one child and wounded two people in the Malian city of Timbuktu.
Zimbabwe’s President Mnangagwa has won a second term after a vote that international observers said fell short of democracy.
DA says the ANC government’s silence is further hastening South Africa’s decline as a leader on the African continent after accusing Ramaphosa of interfering in Zimbabwe’s elections.
Ghana’s vice president won the first round of voting in the primary elections to choose a candidate for the 2024 election.
Lawyers defending Edouard Mwangachuchu, accused of treason have strongly criticized the trial proceedings.
The President of the Somaliland region said that he would commit revenge on a militia that seized a significant base belonging to his army.
Sudan army chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan landed in Port Sudan four months after the war eruption that killed thousands of people.
Zimbabwe’s political landscape is once again ablaze with controversy as Nelson Chamisa, contests the official re-election of Mnangagwa.
Dozens of prominent African media figures have united to voice their appeal for the preservation of a free and independent press.
Poll observers from the SADC have voiced their apprehensions regarding Zimbabwe’s recent presidential and legislative elections,
The BRICS leaders announced the historic admission of six more countries as the bloc looks forward to reshaping the Western-led global order.
SADC says it is in Zimbabwe to provide Objective, Fair and Factual independent Observation of the ongoing Electoral Process.
A Zimbabwean trial awaiting prisoner along with a local are wanted by the police after disappearing from the George Correctional Centre.
Hunger starvation has killed hundreds of children four months since the was launched between rivals in Sudan.
Following the coup, African Union has suspended Niger until civilian rule is restored in the country and would access implication of war.
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The Mozambican army announced on Wednesday that it had successfully neutralized two senior leaders of the insurgent group.
A DR Congo court acquitted a former presidential adviser accused of treason and supporting armed rebels who have caused multiple killings.
Pro-Moscow military leader Khalifa Haftar extended an invitation to Russian military officials in Libya this week.
Jihadists have killed 12 soldiers in Niger’s southwest in the latest attack since the military overthrew the government in July 2023.