Central Africa: Angola / Cameroon / Central African Republic / Chad / Democratic Republic of the Congo / Equatorial Guinea / Gabon / Republic of the Congo / São Tomé and Príncipe
All Rwandans who were arbitrarily arrested in Uganda should be freed in the spirit of the agreement signed Wednesday in Angola before the government of Rwanda lifts the travel advisory on Rwandans travelling to Uganda.
President Paul Kagame has said that time was of essence for countries to realise the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a collection of 17 global goals set by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015 for the year 2030.
Private military and security companies have been regular fixtures in conflicts across the globe. For Africa, these corporations became increasingly visible with their role in civil wars in Angola and Sierra Leone.
Ambassador Ayse Saraç is expected to inject a special impetus to the cooperation ties between Cameroon and Turkey. President Paul Biya during a Unity Palace audience on Monday, July 15, 2019 received the letters of credence of Ayse Saraç in her capacity of the new Ambassador of Turkey to Cameroon.
Angola is the latest African Portuguese speaking country to sign a country specific memorandum of understanding for the implementation of the Lusophone Compact, which aims to accelerate private sector development.
The decision about the implementation of a project of uniting the railways among Azerbaijan, Russia and Iran, voiced by Russia's Energy Minister Alexander Novak at the 15th meeting of the Joint Commission on Economic and Trade Cooperation between Russia and Iran, is most likely connected with the construction of the Astara-Rasht-Qazvin railway, which is part of the International North–South Transport Corridor megaproject.
Congo’s military has deployed hundreds of soldiers to protect a major copper and cobalt mine owned by China Molybdenum Co Ltd from illegal miners, an army spokesman said on Wednesday.
When the leaders of Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda conceived the idea of a high-speed standard gauge railway linking the three countries at the first Northern Corridor infrastructure summit in Uganda in 2013, there was hopes of socio-economic transformation of East and Central African economies.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved new financing of US$248.15 million for Angola following the completion of the first evaluation of the country's support programme, the institution said in a statement released on Wednesday.
Recurrent and often deadly clashes between pastoralists and farmers in several countries in Central Africa continue to cause “serious concern”, threatening “regional security and integration”, a senior UN official warned the Security Council on Tuesday.