Political developments following Ghana's presidential elections and Kenya's rules on qualifications for candidates running for public office are two big issues in today's African press...
Mahama's swearing-in splits Kufour's party but Ghana's new president promises an era of unity. Arap Moi wants Kenyans to learn to live together. Presidential candidates promise peace at ...
The Ugandan government is leasing medical equipment to private investors to save money.
Stories making news in Africa: former political allies in Kenya continue their pre-election dispute; fines for people who don't register their mobile phone sim cards; and a crucial meeting between ...
A secret document at the centre of a pre-election row in Kenya has just been released.
More than 130 people have been killed in Kenya’s Tana Delta region since August last year when fighting broke out between the Orma and Pokomo communities.
South Africa's plans for 2013 when it will host two major international gatherings, Kenya's upcoming elections and Egypt's economic woes are all subjects in today's papers around Africa.
Newspapers in Africa are reporting on the referendum on Egypt's proposed constitution; young girls in Nigeria forced to undergo virginity tests; and the latest on Nelson Mandela's health.
In Kenya, the escalation in violence throughout the country in the lead up to the March 2013 presidential elections has locals on edge, according to a survey.
Zuma consolidates his hold on the ANC. Ramaphosa looks well placed to become the next president.