- Daily Brief
- September 10, 2017
The Niger Delta Agitators, a coalition of militant groups operating in Nigeria’s oil-rich Niger Delta, has cancelled Operation Zero Oil,
At French President Emmanuel Macron’s invitation, the leaders of Germany, Italy, Spain, Niger, Chad and Libya convene in Paris today.
South Africa’s president will seek to hold on to power in the face of a confidence motion to be brought
Kenyans go to the polls today to decide the fate of incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta. The 55-year-old is fighting for
Rwanda’s presidential election will be held today, with incumbent Paul Kagame expected to win handily. In the 23 years following
South Sudan was born six years ago, bringing an end to a protracted conflict between Sudan and the Sudan People’s
Today is the submission deadline for candidacy for the August 4th presidential election in Rwanda. President Paul Kagame of the
13,000 tonnes of food and medicine will be unloaded in Mogadishu today as Somalia suffers through its worst drought in
Ongoing protests in English-speaking regions of Cameroon are expected to flare again on Tuesday. Anglophone communities in northwest and southwest
Negotiations on the African Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA) resume at the African Union Summit on Saturday. The CFTA aims
Gambia’s Adama Barrow was supposed to assume office on Thursday, but no longer. Incumbent President Yahya Jammeh, who’s ruled Gambia
Mozambique’s government says it is “extremely limited” in its ability to make a $60 million interest payment due on Wednesday.