A few notable pieces on Sudan:
- VOA asks, “What’s Next for Sudan?”
- The New York Times‘ Jeffrey Gettleman reports from the Nuba Mountains, where he says the situation “seems to be sliding inexorably toward war.”
- The BBC looks at the recently signed border demilitarization agreement between North and South Sudan.
- The Sudan Tribune quotes President Omar al Bashir as rejecting a reported agreement to create a vice president post for Darfur.
Reuters says Nigerian unions may strike later this month if state governments do not start implementing the new minimum wage.
A poll from Kenya indicates an anti-incumbent mood there.
Jeune Afrique (Fr) profiles the president of Burkina Faso’s Independent National Electoral Commission, saying he is “alone against all,” and looks ahead to the legislative and municipal elections of 2012.
I leave you with this video from Al Jazeera English on the AU summit and the “shadow” of Col. Qadhafi.