[RFI] At least 21 people have died in unrest in Guinea which broke out following last week's disputed presidential election. International envoys have travelled to Conakry to try and reduce tensions.
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South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has unveiled the OR Tambo commemorative statue to honour the late struggle stalwart Oliver Reginald Tambo.
[Nation] The basic education sector is staring at a crisis next year if schools do not reopen fully, and the classes that are in session go on with learning.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -- Who gave the greenlight to that Africa sketch? I have questions...
[GroundUp] Since 2000 a group of small scale subsistence farmers have been raising crops and livestock on vacant municipal land in Dunoon, Cape Town.
[Nation] Abuja. As attacks and looting of property continues, the top hierarchy of the Nigerian army emerged from an emergency meeting on Monday pledging to remain loyal to the government as well as the unity and indivisibility of the country.
[Nation] South Africa is bracing for a second 'wave' of Covid-19 infections as community transmissions begin to peak again.
[Nation] The government has promised to implement a report by a technical team looking into possible causes of raising lakes in the Rift Valley region.
[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -- Sudan, the United Nations and the African Union have confirmed that the UN-AU mission in Darfur UNAMID will exit Sudan on December 31, as planned earlier.
[The Conversation Africa] Trade routes have been significantly disrupted this year in efforts to contain COVID-19. The effects of this are already showing: global growth is set to contract by 4.9% and growth in sub-Saharan Africa will contract by 3.2%.
[RFI] France and Mali differed on Monday over whether to talk to jihadists to help end the Sahel state's eight-year-old insurgency, with French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian ruling the option out.
[The Conversation Africa] The South African government recently announced a plan to allocate 700,000 hectares of state land to black farmers. Exactly how many farms and beneficiaries this will involve is unclear.
Restricting trade to control the pandemic damages livelihoods, especially those of the urban poor. The control of future pandemics must strike a balance between health and economic activity.
[Nation] The International Criminal Court has distanced itself from any investigations which might be going on in the country with the aim of reviving the 2007/08 post-election violence cases.
[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta's successor may wait 120 days after the 2022 General Election to assume office if a proposed constitutional amendment is passed and the outcome of the vote successfully challenged at the Supreme Court.
[Nation] Leaders and members of the public from across the country have gathered at Bomas of Kenya in Nairobi for the official unveiling of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report.
[African Arguments] I was mayor of Mogadishu in 2017 when it experienced the country's deadliest ever terrorist attack. The lessons have not yet been learnt.
[Seychelles News Agency] Seychelles' newly elected leader, Wavel Ramkawalan, was sworn in as the country's fifth president in a ceremony at State House in the country's capital on Monday.
[New Times] Genocide mastermind Félicien Kabuga was on Monday, October 26, transferred from France to the custody of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (Mechanism) in The Hague, Netherlands.
[New Times] At least 90 per cent of the 34 deaths registered in Rwanda due to Covid-19 were people with underlying conditions of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), the Minister of Health Dr. Daniel Ngamije has said.