A burst of unrest in South Africa has caught investors off guard and risks denting FDI sentiment. As the government plans to deploy 25,000 troops in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng provinces, investors raise the alarm.
Tigray leaders have published a list of demands "that need to be resolved" before they will accept the Ethiopian central government's ceasefire offer. But are their economic conditions acceptable to the central government?
A bill that might have allowed President Kenyatta to exert power after he leaves office has been struck down, strengthening the position of William Ruto as a candidate in next year’s presidential election.