The Nigerian Army killed 45 Shiite protesters on October 30, 2018. However, it is worrying and shocking that it’s fellow Nigerians that have justified the brazen killings.
It would be a mistake to ridicule what’s been achieved in the Horn of Africa, but obstacles remain.
Some prosecutions followed soon after President Cyril Ramaphosa promised accountability for the Marikana massacre.
Are new talks between Kiir and Machar a sign that regional and global pressure is paying off?
The grenade attack shows that opponents are threatened by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s progress.
A guerrilla movement in Mozambique could upend the government’s plans for stability and prosperity.
myPlan, an app that provides a personalised safety plan, connecting women in abusive relationships to local helplines, shelters and counsellors without being “judged or stigmatised”, will be available in some African countries next year. Whether the app will address the issues on the ground or simply replicate a Western model will determine its success
A Somali television journalist was killed by a car bomb in front of his children, relatives said, the fifth murder of a journalist in the war-torn country this year.
Is Africa and the world going to witness another genocide take place? The United Nations (U.N) humanitarian chief, Stephen O’Brien has said there are fears that the conflict in the Central African Republic (C.A.R) could soon deteriorate to a genocide. Fighting in the C.A.R. has gone on for four years between the government, rebels and militias. The fighting also involve Christian and Muslim militia groups.