In a move that is seen to be preparing him for the presidency, Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni has appointed his son as his senior adviser.
Chase Bank of Kenya placed in receivership on liquidity woes; it's third one taken over by regulator since June>Paul Richardson
The bank also published restated results on Wednesday that showed loans to employees and directors in 2015 had risen by nearly 400%
Firm was established in 1998 as a special-purpose vehicle which, among other things, arranged transportation for government leaders
The Africa Fried Chicken Index: Angolan kwanza most overvalued, while S. African rand should be stronger>Paul Richardson
The index found that Kenya’s shilling is 1% overvalued, while neighbouring Uganda and Tanzania's are 17% and 13% undervalued respectively
Overall political violence decreased in 2015, but civil wars, armed insurgencies and violence against civilians remain a major source of conflict
On visit to Rwanda, US minister repeats criticism of Kagame’s bid to extend rule – and an opposing view>Paul Richardson
“Few things are more important to an enterprise’s long-term viability than transition planning”
Bonds to help develop sustainable fisheries; if successful could be expanded to Comoros, Madagascar and Mauritius
Kagame says will run for third term in 2017 after Rwanda law change, but doesn't want to be president for life>Paul Richardson
With 15 years, Kagame is the second longest-serving Rwanda leader after military dictator Habyarimana who clocked 21 years, and is set to surpass him
Rwandan joins TPG/Satya, a venture partnership with links to Mo Ibrahim to 'provide insight on investment opportunities on the continent'.