Lesotho's Prime Minister Thomas Thabane fails to show up in court to face charges of murdering his estranged wife+++Rwanda-Uganda border dispute: The human cost+++Rival South Sudanese leaders move closer to ending six years of conflict
Ugandan academic and feminist activist Stella Nyanzi released from jail+++Controversy still hangs over the death of Rwandan musician+++ German Chancellor Angela Merkel condemns Hanau shootings
A plague of locusts spreading across East Africa +++ "Cameroon is not a failed state to allow any investigation," the army says +++ Community policing addresses security challenges in north Nigeria +++ Coronavirus affecting businesses in Zimbabwe
Cameroonian government says civilians died in latest crossfire with separatists +++ South Sudan's peace negotiations hit another impasse as deadline looms +++ Rwandan gospel artist dies in police custody after trying to flee the country +++ Ghana considers legalizing marijuana
Tanzania opposition leader Tundu Lissu speaks out+++Munich Security Conference focus on Africa+++Boko Haram issues fresh threats+++Valentine's Day is chocolate day in Ghana+++Hijab wearing Muslim girl stuns Malawi football scenes
A deal to deliver Sudan’s ex-leader Omar Al-Bashir to the ICC +++ Africa in the face of coronavirus: Concerns but no confirmed cases +++ Mandela’s rainbow nation 30 years after his release +++ A Liberia-made mosquito net invention
War dominates Africa summit as leaders vow Libya support +++ Cameroon elections overshadowed by violence, boycott +++ How Africans helped South Africa overcome Apartheid
Africa Union summit highlights how the organization has been grappling with silencing guns in Africa+++ Cameroon’s local and parliamentary elections to go on despite boycott calls from separatists and some political parties+++German chancellor wraps up visit to Angola and South Africa
So-called Ambazonia separatists intensify Sunday election boycott move +++ Is AU doing enough to “silence the guns” as per its 2020 theme? +++ Anti–FGM activist, Dr. Leyla Hussein talks to DW +++ German Chancellor Merkel in Africa
The trial of 47 men charged with homosexuality in Nigeria is once again adjourned until March+++ Guinea's president plans to go ahead with disputed constitution referendum+++How Ghana’s Trokosi tradition is ruining young girls future
Malawian opposition welcomes nullification of presidential election+++Former Kenyan president Daniel Arap Moi dies at 95+++Arrest warrant issued for S.Africa ex-president Zuma+++ Africans stranded in Wuhan China in the wake of Coronavirus
Will Nigeria re-open borders to allow free movement of the people and goods?+++What next for The Gambia's anti-Barrow's five-year term?+++Tense builds ahead of Malawi court ruling on presidential 'Tippex vote.'
Protesters, calling for the resignation of the Gambia's president, brought to court+++Liberia's unexplained fuel shortage+++Preaching peace in Cameroon through music.
How exposed is Africa to Coronavirus? +++ Abuja housewife sentenced to death by hanging +++ S. Africa's deadly circumcision season +++ Uganda's excelling women carpenters +++ Can the EU make a difference in Libya?
The Gambian government bans movement demanding the departure of President Barrow+++ Burundi's ruling party picks general as presidential hopeful+++ Africa mourns tragic death of basketball legend Kobe Bryant
Cameroon crisis intensifies +++ Ugandan made "Sky boy" aircraft nears completion +++ Lake Chad is drying up, we will tell you why +++ Burundi will gift President Nkurunziza one billion Burundi francs (about $600 million)
Guinea opposition protests against President Conde's possible third term bid +++ Ghana's Khumasi protests against new voter register +++ Ghana’s famous surgeon returns from US Beverly hills to give free surgeries
UK-Africa investment summit in London +++ Foreign powers back Libya ceasefire +++ Sexual abuse in Cameroonian schools +++ Clamping down on fake medicine in Guinea
Thousands in Gambia rally for return of ex-president Jammeh+++ Jihadists free five kidnapped aid workers in Nigeria +++Germany to deport more Nigerians +++Morocco clamps down on dissident voices
Memories of Biafra war linger, 50 years after it ended +++ Ghanaian journalists want justice for murdered colleague +++ "Connect Rwanda initiative" unpopular in rural communities +++ Turning trash into gardens in Togo
Kenyan teachers desert the northern region over security threat +++ Some Nigeriens want French troops out of Sahel region +++ Ugandan nurses use smartphone tech to improve maternal health
The Gambian government cannot guarantee safety of Yahya Jammeh if he returns from exile +++ France meets G5 Sahel leaders to discuss spread of jihadist +++ Russia brokers ceasefire deal between Libya’s rival leaders +++ Opposition in Guinea Conakry intensifies election boycott move
Suspected Islamist militants kill 25 soldiers and wounded 6 others in an attack on an army post in Niger+++Ethiopia‘s need for electricity and the interest of other countries in exploiting the waters of the Nile River continue to remain an unresolved+++A year to Zambia’s general elections concerns are emerging over the funding of the polls.
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