A passenger from Kigali, Rwanda, waits to be cleared by immigration officials at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, Kenya, Aug. 1, 2020.

Kenya and Rwanda’s decision to remove visas for African travelers were met with enthusiasm. But visas are only part of the complexity of cross-border travel for Africans across the continent. Visa-free travel is a step in the right direction, but it is not sufficient to address the challenges facing Africans who cross borders in Africa.

Sudan is roiled in a civil war between the army and paramilitary RSF.

The Sudanese armed forces have now lost control of Sudan’s two biggest cities while feeding the public a false sense of hope. In contrast, the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces, or RSF, has sold the narrative abroad that its forces are waging a righteous crusade on behalf of the very Sudanese population it terrorizes.