Juma was an outspoken critic of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Kanu's defense wants to overturn a ruling that allows witnesses to testify anonymously.
Hundreds of millions of dollars in Nigerian money have been secreted abroad.
The Forum for Democratic Change has been demonstrating against Museveni's controversial victory.
A landmark case has been brought by two men who claim to have undergone intrusive medical exams.
Zuma may face the reinstatement of 783 corruption charges, but he’s still popular with rural South Africans.
ISIS claimed responsibility for an attack in Somalia for the first time in April.
Pirates are ramping up their activities off Nigeria's southern coast, according to a report.
King George played for some of Europe’s best clubs and wants to lead the West African nation.
The country expects up to 150,000 people to pass through its borders in 2016, many en route to Europe.
Malema has threatened to remove Jacob Zuma's government "through the barrel of a gun."
At least five people were killed in Nigeria's Enugu state in the latest clashes between herdsmen and farmers.
Mugabe’s wife, army colleague and ex-vice president could all replace the 92-year-old.
Soldiers in the caliphate have had to take a pay cut as airstrikes deplete cash reserves.
The prayer asks for "honesty, openness and discernment" ahead of the June 23 vote.
Lucy Kibaki once slapped a reporter and made her husband publicly denounce polygamy allegations.
The pro-Biafra activist will return to court for a bail hearing on May 5.
The ICC has launched a preliminary examination of the violence that has killed over 400 people.
Associates of criminals Christy Kinahan and Gerry Hutch have been engaging in tit-for-tat killings.
Abu Sayyaf kidnapped John Ridsdel from a holiday resort in September 2015.
One week after he was due in Juba, the rebel leader is still nowhere to be seen.
Darfur will remain as five separate states rather than uniting into a single region.