WEEKLY NEWS

South Sudan: 'Child Soldiers Want to Continue Their Education' - UNICEF

INTERVIEW

Roughly 19,000 children are still part of armed groups today in South Sudan. On the international day against the use Read More

South Sudan: Country's Conflict Driving Children Onto the Streets - UN

Aweil — In the capital Juba, up to 3,000 children live on the street, and that number is increasing daily

When Read More

Nigeria: Any Citizen Who Joins OBJ’s Coalition Has Mental Problem - Professor Wole Soyinka

Nobel laureate, Profesor Wole Soyinka has described any Nigerian who join the new Coalition for Nigeria movement (CN), formed by Read More

Liberia: President George Weah Seeks Paris Aid to Jumpstart Economy

Monrovia — It was in the French capital that George Manneh Weah shone and went on to conquer the world Read More

Kenya: High Court Rules Miguna Miguna's Deportation Illegal

The High Court has declared the deportation of fiery lawyer Miguna Miguna to Canada illegal.

While giving the ruling on Thursday, Read More

South Africa: Mayor Patricia De Lille Narrowly Survives No Confidence Vote

City of Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille survived a motion of no confidence against her on Thursday.

A total of Read More

Zimbabwe: Army on Alert as Mugabe Allies Plot 'Military Discord'

Zim Army On 'High Alert' As Mugabe Allies Plan to 'Foment Disharmony Within the Military' - Report

Zimbabwe's army has reportedly Read More

Liberia: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is 5th Mo Ibrahim Prize Winner in a Decade

Liberia's ex-president Ellen Sirleaf Johnson has been awarded the 2017 Mo Ibrahim prize for Achievement in African Leadership, the Mo Read More