Defaults could cost the government 41 billion rand ($2.8 billion) if the bank's rights as a creditor are not protected
Civil war in world's youngest nation has killed tens of thousands of people and sent more than 2 million fleeing since fighting erupted between supporters of President Salva Kiir and then-deputy Riek Machar in December 2013
Criticism is building in Kenya’s capital over a wave of forced evictions and the demolition of buildings that authorities deem illegal. Rael Ombuor reports from Nairobi.
Rights groups warn that 'outrageous' fees will deter coverage of country
Additional details about the first lady's trip have not been disclosed
Strikes and violence erupted in English-speaking northwest and southwest regions of Cameroon in late 2016, in response to forced use of French
Angola's government promises 'dignified burial' of rebel leader; move praised as reconciling war-wounded nation
On Wednesday, the country's highest court will hear the opposition's petition challenging the ruling party's election victory
No deaths reports as the jailing and alleged torture of pop star and lawmaker Kyagulanyi Ssentamu has raised political tensions in the country
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After winning second term in runoff, President Keïta needs to build public confidence, observers say
Commission will investigate whether Jacob Zuma, his allies, and a wealthy business family, the Guptas, tried to influence the hiring and firing of government officials, among other allegations