Sudan coup organised to prevent war - top general

At least 10 people are reported to have been killed since the unrest began.

African Union to buy up to 110 million Moderna vaccines

15 million doses will arrive before the end of 2021.

Judge dismisses Zuma's attempt to remove prosecutor

Zuma had argued that the prosecutor was biased against him and submitted a "special plea".

Sudan capital locked down after coup triggers deadly unrest

Burhan announced a state of emergency, saying the armed forces needed to protect safety and security. H

Sudanese Protest as international community condemns coup

But clashes still erupted in the capital Khartoum after Burhan's speech.

AU calls for release of detained officials in Sudan

Moussa said the arrest of political leaders goes against human rights.

IS claims responsibility for bomb attack in Uganda

The explosion killed a 20-year-old waitress and injured three people.

Armed men arrest some Sudan leaders: government source

Tensions between the two sides have long simmered.

Sudan mass protests held against prospect of military rule

But cracks in the leadership are growing wider.

Fierce war over EAC jobs erupts among partner states

Member states disgruntled by lack of communication on their quotas.

Amisom soldiers involved in killing of civilians in Golweyn

The soldiers were on routine patrol when they encountered al-Shabaab militants.

Uhuru condoles with AU Commission Chairperson Faki

Dr Outhman, a neurosurgeon based in Germany died suddenly while visiting Chad.

Zuma in first public showing since parole

He waved to people queueing outside the building as he walked past.

Ethiopia launches 'fourth air strike on Tigray capital'

PM Abiy Ahmed's government has been locked in a nearly year-long war against the TPLF.

Nigerian separatist's trial for treason adjourned

Lawyer Ejiofor said he urged the court "to dismiss the seven count charges".

Climate change 'threatens 100m people in Africa'

Africa's glaciers have high tourism and scientific value.

Pro-army Sudanese protesters rally outside PM's office

Critics allege the protests are being driven by members of the military and security forces.