Acquitted at the International Criminal Court, former President Laurent Gbagbo could play a role in the current government.
The social media company faces tough questions in talks with the government to restore access to 40 million users.
The French president is seeking to project influence, build new alliances, repair old rifts, and defuse the immigration issue at home.
In a show of judicial independence, the court declared President Uhuru Kenyatta’s proposed political reforms unconstitutional.
The ANC descends into infighting again as it tries to suspend top officials facing corruption charges.
The crumbling of the dos Santos family empire reveals how Western companies allegedly enabled corruption in Africa.
Military solutions won’t end terrorism in the Sahel. Addressing the environmental factors destroying livelihoods and fueling extremist groups’ recruitment could.
Western democracies look the other way as a dictatorial ally in the war on terror holds another election marred by violence and intimidation.
Former foes have found a common enemy in the TPLF. Will it lead beyond battlefield cooperation?
As protesters disappear, Bobi Wine’s opposition is demanding answers from the Museveni regime.
After Trump’s insults and detachment, the Biden administration is crafting a new, more engaged approach to the continent.