Kenya has earned its first billion shillings from oil exports from the Turkana facility. But analysts say the milestone has been overshadowed by a cloud of economic gloom.
Kenya reaps first billion from oil exports but economic forecast remains cloudy
A senior al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab officer has reportedly been killed in Somalia in an operation by the United States military.
Senior al-Shabab officer allegedly killed in US raid in Somalia
At least 10 civilians were killed in two attacks by militia gunmen in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, where government forces have vowed to root out armed groups, sources said Wednesday.
10 civilians killed by ADF militants in eastern DR Congo
South African Airways (SAA) needs a government guarantee to help it secure bank funding otherwise the carrier is at risk of entering liquidation, board member Martin Kingston said on Wednesday, as a crippling strike enters its sixth day.
South African Airways needs government loan guarantee or risks liquidation: Board member
Mali and Niger forces were carrying out a joint operation when a patrol was attacked by Takfiri terrorists near the northeastern town of Tabankort, the army said on social media.
Clashes between the Malian army and Takfiri terrorists have claimed the lives of 24 soldiers and 17 fighters.
At least ten workers were killed and dozens wounded in an airstrike hitting a biscuit factory in Libya on Monday in what a senior UN official described as a possible war crime.
Libya factory strike likely 'war crime': UN envoy
At least one person has been killed and several others injured after Nigerian police used live ammunition to break up a religious gathering by supporters of senior cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky.
One killed as Nigerian forces open fire on Sheikh Zakzaky supporters
State airline South African Airways (SAA) has canceled “nearly all” flights scheduled for Friday because of a strike over wage increases planned by a majority of employees, television news channel eNCA said.
South Africa's SAA cancels flights due to union strike over wages: report
Tunisian women have protested outside parliament against the swearing in of a newly elected lawmaker who was caught in an indecent video.
Protests as Tunisian MP accused of indecency sworn in
When it comes to adverse conditions for stock-market trading, Zimbabwe’s bourse belongs in a special category for extreme cases.
Zimbabwe bourse CEO bemoans 80% currency crash ravaging market

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