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Demands for the creation of Biafra state are still heard in south-east Nigeria

Will Scottish referendum encourage Africa's separatists?

Many African countries have secessionist movements, partly because their borders were drawn up by colonial powers in the 19th Century.

Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta, Tony O. Elumelu and Emmanuel Hategeka, Rwanda's Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Trade and Industry, at the launch of the East African Exchange in Kigali

East African Exchange (EAX): Regional Commodity Exchange Officially Launches

A new commodities exchange that launched late last week in Kigali, Rwanda, aims to use state-of-the-art technology to provide East Africa’s small-scale farmers access to agricultural and financial markets.

Stephen Dhieu Dau, Minister of Petroleum, South Sudan

South Sudan Earned $1.9 Billion From Oil in the Last 12 Months

South Sudan said it earned $1.9 billion from oil sales in the 12 months through May as the country seeks to restore output lost in nearly six months of conflict.