[Addis Fortune] It has been weeks since that fateful announcement by Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn of his decision to vacate his post. The media frenzy was at first focused on him, which is not surprising since senior-level officials rarely resign in Ethiopia, or in Africa. But people were already looking forward to finding out who his successor will be.
[The Conversation Africa] Sex is an essential part of life.
[News24Wire] Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has been cleared to play in the remainder of the Australia Test series.
[News24Wire] Social cohesion, moral regeneration and radical economic transformation will be the topics when deputy president David Mabuza faces his first question session with MPs in the National Assembly on Tuesday.
[News24Wire] The Gupta family was ordered by the South Gauteng High Court on Monday to deliver a Bombadier aircraft to Lanseria International Airport within 15 calendar days.
[East African] Kenya and Tanzania sharply cut their purchase of military weapons last year even as Uganda made a comeback to emerge the top spender on arms in East Africa.
[The Aspen Institute] When Judith graduated from university with a commerce degree, she expected to land a job in a bank or with one of the many financial institutions in Kenya. However, two years down the road, she was still looking for a job and living with her relatives in the city. A few months ago, she decided to try her hand at farming.
[Nation] Kenya emerged the third most preferred real estate investment destination globally for the super-rich after the UK and the US in a study that also shows that nearly a quarter of Africa’s rich have property locally.
[Observer] The Rwandan minister of Foreign Affairs Louise Mushikiwabo has said that her government is saddened by the recent behaviour of its neighbour, Uganda over the treatment of Rwandan nationals.
[The Conversation Africa] South Africa’s parliament has passed a resolution to amend the constitution and allow expropriation without compensation.