- Daily Brief
- April 25, 2019
Conflict is escalating in the country’s north, which has been riddled with violence since 2012
The disease, which has no known cure, has been spreading throughout the east since August 2018.
The country’s meteoric rise to regional powerhouse has come at the cost of civil freedoms.
The easing of tensions between Eritrea and Ethiopia could be fresh trouble with Djibouti.
Egypt’s historic hegemony over the Nile is being tested by Ethiopia’s extensive dam project.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that territories of Western Sahara are excluded from an agricultural agreement between Morocco and the European Union (EU).
Mugabe’s former allies are thwarting President Mnangagwa’s reforms to maintain their privileges.
Despite ongoing protests and pressure from abroad, Ethiopia’s elite will only edge towards change.
African states face a resurgent terrorist threat from experienced and dedicated ISIS fighters.
The question of whether the president can run for a third term is roiling Zambia’s political scene.
The Democratic Republic of Congo is capitalising on its dominant market position – at a long-term cost.
Burundi’s withdrawal from the ICC won’t spare President Nkurunziza from the charges it may lay.