On Daybreak Africa: The African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS) is set to withdraw about 2,000 troops from Somalia by June 30. Security analyst Mohamed Mubarak, chairman of Hiraal Institute, a security research and analysis organization for the Horn of Africa, says the decision is timely because security in Somalia has improved recently. Plus, Sierra Leone’s main opposition accuses the ruling party of violence, two days before the Presidential election. Fighting resumes in Khartoum as a cease-fire elapses and residents of Diepsloot township in Johannesburg go on a rampage against foreign nationals. For this and more, stay tuned to Daybreak Africa!