Cameroon seals off markets in the north as it steps up response to attacks +++ S.Africa's opposition plans #Zumamustfall protest +++ Daniel Pelz leaves AfricaLink
S.Africa court clears way for Zuma graft prosecution+++Kenya's opposition leader Raila Odinga says October poll would be illegal+++Nigerian blogger JJ Omojuwa on why social media’s future is in Africa+++Soccer star and VP maintain early lead in Liberia presidential results
Questions flow as to why the Gupta brothers in South Africa are not being investigated, protesters in Togo clash with police hours after the government issued a ban on weekday protests, Somalia puts itself together after deadly bomb blast that killed around 300 people, plus more...
Togo’s opposition groups protest demanding the resignation of President Faure Gnassingbe +++ West African blocs remain silent on crisis in Cameroon +++ Visually impaired voters in Liberia decry lack of sensitization on voting process
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