SADC Troika chair and Zambian President Hakainde Hichilema convened an Extraordinary SADC summit to address Zimbabwe's recent general elections and the security situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Ethiopia's federal government has declared a "state of emergency" as violent clashes intensify between the national army and local fighters in the northern region of Amhara.
Two people were killed on Monday during protests in southern Senegal following the indictment and detention of prominent opposition figure Ousmane Sonko, a presidential candidate for the 2024 election.
African leaders on Sunday, gave the junta in Niger one week to relinquish power or face potential forceful intervention, while also imposing financial sanctions on the coup leaders.
Gabon's upcoming presidential election will see President Ali Bongo Ondimba contend with 18 other candidates, as announced by authorities on Monday.
Facebook, Instagram, and other social media networks are back online in Ethiopia after being blocked for five months, according to internet advocacy organization Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI).
Google has made a significant announcement on Thursday, introducing Swahili to Google Bard, its conversational AI service.
Nigeria's President Bola Tinubu has suspended the country's anti-corruption chief as part of an investigation into allegations of abuse of office, the government said
Bola Tinubu, a long-time political figure and kingmaker, was sworn in as the president of Nigeria on Monday, succeeding Muhammadu Buhari, who stepped down after serving two terms in office.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame has announced his plans to retire from office after 23 years in power.