President Kabila’s delaying tactics are holding hostage DR Congo’s political transition, while internal strife and government repression are weakening the opposition. Western and African actors need to coordinate their approach to the deepening crisis, support the advancement of democratic elections and encourage the opening of political space. By Crisis group

In Burundi, human rights activists have begun documenting a new target of the government’s deadly security forces: members of the feared Imbonerakure youth group who are now killed to ensure their silence. By Ignatius Ssuuna, AP

Ils veulent aller vite ! Les dirigeants africains et européens, puisque c’est d’eux qu’il s’agit, veulent mettre rapidement fin au calvaire de nombreux migrants subsahariens bloqués en Libye. Par B.O

Seven parliamentary speakers from African countries are set to visit the Knesset next Tuesday, in the largest-ever delegation of such officials to come to Israel. By Lahav Harkov

Islander and St John’s Manor owner John W Dick has received Rwanda’s highest international honour for his ‘exemplary service to the nation’. By Jersey Evening Post

L' ambassadeur du Rwanda en France, Jacques Kabale est de retour à Paris après plusieurs semaines de consultations à Kigali

Reports from Uganda indicate that a campaign to recruit fighters for Rwanda National Congress (RNC) a terror group that seeks to destabilize Kigali has intensified in camps hosting Rwandan refugees. By Standard

Le cinquième sommet UA-UE s'est conclu jeudi 30 novembre 2017 à Abidjan, sur une série de priorités stratégiques pour l'avenir. Par Rluc Gnago