Juba – South Sudan security forces have shut down a key newspaper and radio station after they promoted a proposed peace agreement aimed to end 19-months of civil war, journalists
Cairo – Amnesty International said on Tuesday it has “definitely confirmed” that Sudanese government forces committed war crimes against civilians in the South Kordofan region. The new report said Sudanese
Hwange – The professional Zimbabwean hunter who led the expedition that killed Cecil the lion was due to stand trial on Wednesday on charges of organising an illegal hunt. Theo
Cape Town – Dozens of people are believed to be missing after two boats collided on the Kenyan side of Lake Victoria early on Wednesday. At least nine people, including
Lagos – Nigerian commercial lenders listed hundreds of bad debtors in full-page newspaper adverts on Monday, under orders from the central bank aimed at avoiding a repeat of an industry
Tripoli – Libyan state prosecutors are investigating unidentified guards purportedly shown in a video beating a son of Muammar Gaddafi held in a Tripoli prison, a statement said on Monday.