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Rwanda: Kagame threatens to jail Catholics who ‘worship poverty’

Rwandan President Paul Kagame is angry at Catholics who he said have been worshipping poverty, threatening to put them in prison. Mr. Kagame who issued...

Why Somalia has banned TikTok and Telegram

The Somali government has for years struggled to deal with activities of militants from al-Shabaab, a group that has launched series of deadly attacks...

World Bank won’t lend to Uganda over anti-LGBTQ law

The World Bank has said it won't provide new lending to Uganda as it takes action against the government for passing an anti-LGBTQ law. Uganda's...

UN human rights office in Uganda closes

The UN human rights office in Uganda has closed and ended its operations after the government there refused to renew a deal for it...

Ghana: Minister quits job over alleged stashed cash

A Ghanaian minister, Cecilia Abena Dapaah has been forced to leave her job after court documents revealed that she may have stashed cash amounting...

Malawi convicts Chinese national over child- racist content

A Chinese national has been convicted by a Malawian court for trafficking and procuring children to take part in entertainment. Lu Ke, also known as...

Africa Fellows in Education Program launched

The Global Education Analytics Institute (GEAI), in collaboration with the Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP), has launched a research and policy development fellowship designed...

Kenya’s decision to lift six -year ban on logging criticised

Environmental activists have described Kenya’s decision to lift a six-year ban on logging as a bad move by the government. The ban has been in...

Kenya: At least 52 killed after truck rams into vehicles and hawkers

At least 52 people are now confirmed dead after a truck run into vehicles and hawkers at a busy junction in Kenya. The lorry carrying...

Top 10 Sub-Saharan Africa universities for 2023

The University of the Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg, South Africa, has topped Times Higher Education’s (THE) inaugural Sub-Saharan Africa University Rankings. The public institution, more commonly known as Wits...

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