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Nigeria Budget: President Tinubu Says Budget Offers ‘Renewed Hope’

Nigeria's president has delivered his first budget since taking office, as the country faces a deepening cost of living crisis.

Kaunda Suits, Loved by Kenya’s President William Ruto, Banned in Parliament

Kenya's parliament has banned the wearing of a suit, named after the late Zambian President Kenneth Kaunda, within the building.

Sierra Leone Attacks Were a Failed Coup Attempt, Officials Say

Information minister says 13 military officers arrested in relation to the weekend assault in capital Freetown.

Twenty Killed in Sierra Leone Attack on Military Barracks, Army Says

At least 20 people have been killed, including 13 soldiers, and several wounded in a series of attacks over the weekend that targeted military barracks and prisons in Sierra Leone, according to the army.

Sierra Leone Under Curfew Following Armed Attack

Sierra Leone has been placed under a nationwide curfew as armed men broke into a prison, setting inmates free.

South Africa’s Ruling ANC to Back Opposition Motion to Close Israeli Embassy

South Africa’s ruling party has said it will support a parliamentary motion calling for the Israeli embassy in South Africa to be closed. In a...

Ghana’s President Akufo-Addo in Fresh Push for Reparations

Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo has urged African and Caribbean leaders to unite in demanding reparations for historical injustices committed during slavery and colonialism, terming the action “a valid demand for justice”.

African Nations ‘Divided Over Israel-Hamas Split

Back in 1963, the founders of the Organization of African Unity pledged to work and speak as one, forge an international consensus in support of the liberation struggle and fight against apartheid.

Ghana, South Africa Sign Visa Waiver Deal

The governments of Ghana and South Africa have reached a visa waiver agreement to allow citizens of both countries to travel visa-free.

Israel-Gaza war: Why is Africa Divided on Supporting Palestine?

As reports of Hamas fighters attacking southern Israel last Saturday flooded phones and television sets around the world, Kenyan President William Ruto took to X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter. “Kenya joins the rest of the world in solidarity with the State of Israel and unequivocally condemns terrorism and attacks on innocent civilians in the country,” he wrote.

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