President Uhuru Kenyatta says the ruling of election by the Supreme Court is a 'coup' against the will of the people.
After a three-month absence seeking treatment in London, Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari urges his country to stay united in the face of widening political divides – working together to tackle the nation's mounting problems.
Suicide bombers have killed and wounded dozens of people in recent months in a spate of attacks on camps and areas sheltering the displaced that bear the hallmarks of Boko Haram.
Hakainde Hichilema, president of the opposition party United Party for National Development, was freed after spending 100 days in prison.
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga, who successfully rallied to nullify last month's presidential election, has refused a newly proposed voting date unless six election board officials are removed.
Kenya's Supreme Court has nullified the election of President Uhuru Kenyatta, setting a new precedent for democratic processes in the East African economic hub.
Raul Danda, vice president of the opposing UNITA party, said results from its own count 'completely contradict' MPLA's assertion of victory.
Recording artist Meghan Linsey kneels after singing the national anthem before the game between the Tennessee Titans and the Seattle Seahawks at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 24.
The EU's election observer mission reported Thursday no apparent election fraud, and John Kerry, the head of the observer mission, called the Kenyan election 'a remarkable statement to Africa and the world about its democracy.'
Kenya's opposition candidate Raila Odinga alleged on television Wednesday morning that the election had been hacked and later tweeted that the incumbent president's Jubilee Party was to blame.
With women comprising only one-fifth of Kenya's parliament – marking the largest gender representation gap in eastern African politics – women in politics persist against discrimination to emphasize women's health, education, and rights.
With Kenya's election set to take place in a week, President Kenyatta is boasting the country's job growth during his term – 800,000 jobs in 2016 alone. But experts note that up to 90 percent of these jobs are low-paying and in the informal sector.
Here's what Africa has learned about building ‘community resilience’ as millions in Africa’s arid zones gird themselves to cope better with drought and the threat of famine.