A new deal has recognised Jubaland, a strip of land in southern Somalia and bordering on Kenya and Ethiopia, as yet another quasi-independent entity in the region.
While all women of reproductive age are vulnerable to suffer fistula, the underage girls who are victims of child marriages, female genital mutilation and teenage pregnancies are at highest risk.
The British are certainly in the dock today, but so are the Kenyan authorities.
To emulate the Labour government's achievements at Gleneagles in 2005, the Prime Minister needs to make progress on transparency and tax.
A proposed new law takes state homophobia to new and sinister levels in East Africa.
As western powers cut back their spending on international broadcasting, China launches an offensive to win the continent's hearts and minds.
A growing number of women in Africa are attaining positions of power and influence.
Visions of life beyond apartheid.
Recent elections in Tunisia, Zambia and Liberia have thrown up unconventional politicians.