Nairobi considers traffic bill to introduce stiff penalties for dangerous driving as motorists face being outed by social media
Sudan reaches agreement on aid access to rebel-controlled areas
Deal between Sudan and South Sudan paves way for relief supplies into two border states for first time in more than a year
Talk point: what role can sport play in development?
Sport can be a useful tool for development: we’ve all heard as much. But how can it be harnessed â€“ and should it be seen simply as a means to an end? Contribute to this month’s Global development podcast and let us know what you think
Hillary Clinton’s morally superior speech in Africa was deluded
Clinton’s warning about the exploitation of Africa’s resources was hypocritical, given the strings attached to past US ‘assistance’
South Sudan: can Africa’s problem child grow into a valuable partner?
South Sudan’s first year of life has been marred by political uncertainty, lawlessness and an oil dispute. Its east African neighbours are watching for opportunities but wary of investing
Mau Mau verdict: Britain must undo its imperial amnesia
The case brought by elderly Kikuyu tortured in the Kenyan emergency allows a more honest account of Britain’s identity