11 April 2015
The BBC's Andrew Harding asks what the defacing and removal of the Cecil Rhodes statue in Cape Town says about South Africa.
Nigeria's election body is expected to announce the first results of the presidential poll, amid Western concern at "political interference".
BBC launches a new Africa live page, with constant updates from around the continent, as election results are due in Nigeria.
Outgoing Zambia coach Honour Janza says he only learned through the media that he is to be replaced by a foreign coach. BBC Sport
Manchester City's Yaya Toure says he will decide about his international future with the Ivory Coast this week. BBC Sport
The name admired by presidents and warlords
Would Weah have lifted the cup under new visa rules?
BBC launches new way to keep up with African news
Best photos from the final week of campaigning
And nine other great things about Nigeria
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A Somali proverb sent by Muuse, London, UK
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