Cuts in HIV/AIDS funds hurt Ghaneans ++ South Sudanese wary of Machar's absence ++ Brother of missing journalist arrested in Zimbabwe
World leaders meet in Kenya to discuss ways of tackling pollution+++Criticism as Zimbabwean new president Mnangwagwa swears-in cabinet+++Fighting HIV AIDS stigma in Ghana+++Nigerians react to the 2018 World cup soccer draw
Power shifts in The Gambia, Ghana and Zimbabwe in 2017 sparked hope among Africa's youth. But the outlook for 2018 is anything but rosy, says DW's Claus Stäcker.
Kenyan MP, former senator detained over hate speech allegations+++Burundi’s Catholic bishops call for talks to end the country’s political turmoil+++Africa Union to set up an African Medicine Agency (AMA) to curb rising sale of counterfeit drugs
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