Latest newsletter from Africa Confidentialen-gbhttp://www.africa-confidential.comAfrica Confidential's latest newsletter from Africa ConfidentialLatest newsletter from Africa Confidentialhttp://www.africa-confidential.com/images/logo_small.gifhttp://www.africa-confidential.comRwanda | No room at the tophttp://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11027/No_room_at_the_topFri, 20 Mar 2015 00:00:00 GMTThe ruling party is priming the public for a change in the law to allow President Paul Kagame a third termRwanda566http://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11027/No_room_at_the_topwww.africa-confidential.comwww.africa-confidential.comBurundi | Rwanda | Lake murder mysteryhttp://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11028/Lake_murder_mysteryFri, 20 Mar 2015 00:00:00 GMTLittle progress has been made in the investigation into dozens of bodies found in Lake RweruBurundi, Rwanda566http://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11028/Lake_murder_mysterywww.africa-confidential.comwww.africa-confidential.comKenya | Presiding without policyhttp://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11029/Presiding_without_policyFri, 20 Mar 2015 00:00:00 GMTFreed of the burden of trial at the ICC, Kenyatta can get on with the business of government. Yet few can discern any strategyKenya566http://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11029/Presiding_without_policywww.africa-confidential.comwww.africa-confidential.comLiberia | State’s oil role under firehttp://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11030/State%e2%80%99s_oil_role_under_fireFri, 20 Mar 2015 00:00:00 GMTAmid criticism for a lack of transparency, the oil industry is still dogged by corruption claimsLiberia566http://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11030/State%e2%80%99s_oil_role_under_firewww.africa-confidential.comwww.africa-confidential.comNorth Africa | A new flag in North Africahttp://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11031/A_new_flag_in_North_AfricaFri, 20 Mar 2015 00:00:00 GMTAfter capturing areas to rule over in Iraq and Syria, IS finds jihadist groups flocking to its banner, including in the Maghreb and SinaiNorth Africa566http://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11031/A_new_flag_in_North_Africawww.africa-confidential.comwww.africa-confidential.comEgypt | Sinai militants rebrandhttp://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11032/Sinai_militants_rebrandFri, 20 Mar 2015 00:00:00 GMTThe army is claiming major success against Islamists in the peninsula but the newest affiliate of IS may be doing better than Cairo claimsEgypt566http://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11032/Sinai_militants_rebrandwww.africa-confidential.comwww.africa-confidential.comSouth Africa | BEE worsens mining outlookhttp://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11033/BEE_worsens_mining_outlookFri, 20 Mar 2015 00:00:00 GMTThe mineral sector is already weak but intricate deals for ANC favourites are also sapping foreign enthusiasm for investmentSouth Africa566http://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11033/BEE_worsens_mining_outlookwww.africa-confidential.comwww.africa-confidential.comSouth Sudan | To publish or be damnedhttp://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11034/To_publish_or_be_damnedFri, 20 Mar 2015 00:00:00 GMTThe African Union faces growing demands to release its no-holds-barred report detailing the role of top officials in ethnic killingSouth Sudan566http://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11034/To_publish_or_be_damnedwww.africa-confidential.comwww.africa-confidential.comSouth Sudan | Blurred lines and child soldiershttp://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11035/Blurred_lines_and_child_soldiersFri, 20 Mar 2015 00:00:00 GMTA programme backed by the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) to demobilise child soldiers could be doing the opposite: prompting more abductions of children. It started so well. The integration of David Yau Yau’s Cobra Faction into the re...South Sudan566http://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11035/Blurred_lines_and_child_soldierswww.africa-confidential.comwww.africa-confidential.comCentral African Republic | Diamonds’ best friendhttp://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11036/Diamonds%e2%80%99_best_friendFri, 20 Mar 2015 00:00:00 GMTSéléka is now out of an important diamond centre but the government prefers deals with Angola to restoring confidence to minersCentral African Republic566http://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11036/Diamonds%e2%80%99_best_friendwww.africa-confidential.comwww.africa-confidential.comMorocco | Concern for King and courthttp://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11026/Concern_for_King_and_courtFri, 20 Mar 2015 00:00:00 GMTPlunging oil prices and rapprochement with France make for good news, but there are stirrings behind the headlinesMorocco566http://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/11026/Concern_for_King_and_courtwww.africa-confidential.comwww.africa-confidential.comLesotho | Polls fail to relieve tensionhttp://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/6041/Polls_fail_to_relieve_tensionFri, 20 Mar 2015 00:00:00 GMTThe country’s longest-serving Prime Minister returns to office with chronic political instability little changed by the electionsLesotho566http://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/6041/Polls_fail_to_relieve_tensionwww.africa-confidential.comwww.africa-confidential.com