Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi cannot be sued in Britain over allegations he accepted unlawful payments as part of Mozambique's litigation over the decade-long "tuna bond" scandal, London's Court of Appeal ruled this Thursday.
The death toll in a bus accident near the southern Malian town of Kenieba on Tuesday has risen to 40, Burkina Faso's government said in a statement this Thursday, adding that its citizens were among the dead.
Mediation and peace building Specialist and an International Consultant Charles Nyuykonge says the proposed meeting between President Felix Tshisekedi and Paul Kagame is a positive step in de-escalating the conflict in the East of the DRC.
United Nations (UN) Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, has called on delegates attending the UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi to double their efforts in addressing the challenges of climate change.
Zambia has drawn up plans to import and ration electricity as a devastating drought looks set to affect hydropower generation, the country's main source of power, President Hakainde Hichilema said this Thursday.
United Nations troops began their gradual withdrawal from restive eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) this Wednesday, handing over a base to Congolese authorities, the peacekeeping mission said in a statement.
Nearly 50 000 victims of Ugandan militia commander Dominic Ongwen should get a total of over 52 million euros ($56 million) in compensation, International Criminal Court (ICC)udges ruled yesterday, in a record reparations order.