It is tempting to look at the photo of Beatrice Yardolo, Liberia's last known Ebola patient, and imagine that this crisis is nearly over.
- Billie Adwoa McTernan and Patrick Smith in Monrovia Photo by Francis Kokoroko for The Africa Report
Liberia's president talks to The Africa Report about how changing policy during the crisis was key to eradicating the disease, the country's relationships with the US and the government's plans beyond ebola.
The crusading mayor and community leaders worked hand in hand to turn the tide against Ebola.
- Billie Adwoa McTernan and Patrick Smith in Monrovia Photos by Francis Kokoroko for The Africa Report
A week before an unexpected last case, Liberia had first reached zero Ebola in early March, thanks to community activists, a nationwide information campaign and tens of thousands of volunteers working alongside government and foreign medical help. Now it's time to look at the lessons learnt.
- The Africa Report
Opposition and rebel groups hope to derail April elections in Sudan, where a new wave of violence has forced an estimated 50,000 to flee their homes in 2015 and President Omar al-Bashir still faces charges of genocide.
- Karim Lahidji, FIDH President and Amir Suliman, ACJPS Co-founder
Sudan's 13 April Presidential and parliamentary elections, the second to be held since a military coup d'État brought Omar al Bashir to power in 1989, will be neither fair nor credible and their outcome is a foregone conclusion write Karim Lahidji and Amir Suliman.