On Saturday, March 10, just a day after Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga shook hands on the steps of Harambee House, Nairobi, and vowed to bury the hatchet, deported lawyer Miguna Miguna, who commissioned Mr Odinga’s ‘oath’ as the ‘people’s president’ on January 30, flew to Dallas, Texas, USA, to deliver a talk about his resistance movement’s ideals.
South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal is hearing an application by prosecutors to increase disgraced Olympic and Paralympic star Oscar Pistorius' six-year prison sentence for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine's Day in 2013.
Prosecutors say the sentence is "shockingly light", and he should be given a 15-year jail term.
A Ugandan MP has been fined by a court in the capital, Kampala, for causing a public nuisance by urinating in public after pictures of the incident were widely shared on social media, the New Vision news site reports.
Abraham Abiriga was given a fine of 40,000 Ugandan shillings ( $10, £5) for the 25 September incident near the gate of the ministry of finance.
A former President of the Republic of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo, has stated that political stability are two sides of the same coin.
He said countries cannot have ever political stability when there is no security and they also cannot have security when there is no political stability. They must both existing and we cannot have one without the other.
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari is back in London.
No explanation has been given regarding the reason for his visit, however his spokesman Femi Adesina has told the BBC's Hausa service that the Nigerian leader will be in the UK "until Monday next week."