• Kenya’s Favorite Son Does It Again
• Several arrests in the army headquarters following an attack
• Striking miners urge to return to work.
• Political leader Nana Konadu Agyemang promise to transform Ghana
• Julius Malema, South Africa’s politicians reacts to allegation of fraud
• Port Harcourt University in Nigerian shut down following the lynching of 4 students
• South Africa: ANC in panic mode?
• Ivory Coast elections peaceful in Abidjan, chaotic in Paris
• Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai to take Mugabe to court over GPA abuse
• Tea Party ‘Talk’ tainted by racial bigotry
• Nigeria: Corruption Commission warns politicians
• Uganda: Presidential candidates nominated
• South African ’94 election results were tempered with
• Zimbabwe: Mugabe seeking a hasty end to coalition?
• Opposition leader in Uganda tear-gased
• Sudan: President Bashir retracts war talk
• Egypt: The art of silencing Gamal Mubarak’s political critics
• Côte d’Ivoire: Light at the end of the tunnel?
• “Obama’s Failure: Not Flaunting His Record Of Achievements”
• Uganda: Kiiza Besigye, still a thorn in Yoweri Museveni’s side
• Ethiopia: Release of opposition leader welcomed
• Ethiopia: Release of opposition leader Birtukan Midekssa Just a First Step
• Nigeria’s campaign trail and Independence-day attacks
• Mo Ibrahim: "Africa is progressing"
• Senegal: The President’s "Super Minister" son
• Nigeria at 50: A celebration of brute life, penury and disillusion