Debate on presidential age limit rages on in Uganda+++Africa does not need aid+++daring—investigative journalism in Kenya+++child mortality rate in Africa
50 years ago, Milton Obote suspended Uganda’s constitution and declared himself president. This was a turning point in Uganda's history and still marks the country today.
The East African Community (EAC) is now successfully asserting itself as a regional trading bloc. Trade volume may have increased but dreams of monetary union are still far-fetched.
Burkina Faso is phasing out genetically modified cotton. It says it produces a poor quality crop which fetches low prices. This hasn't stop other African states from using genetic technology, or trying it out.
African countries have long been political and economic partners with both the UK and the EU. After the Brexit vote, experts on both sides are unsure how trade and relations will now unfold.
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