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Anatomy of a South African scandal - or official coverup? This document raises as many questions as it answers: http://t.co/L7f7PtnK5N
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon begins a trip to the Democratic Republic of Congo as fighting continues near the eastern city of Goma.
Ethiopian activist Bogaletch Gebre wins an international prize for her campaign to eradicate female genital mutilation (FGM).
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy are named in connection with post-election violence in a long-awaited report investigating human rights abuses.
Hope for tripe sellers and other township entrepreneurs
The Zimbabwean refugee who sends money back home
UK doctors and politicians join battle against FGM
George Alagiah answers your Twitter questions
The young Africans who seek a brighter future in the Gulf
Eritrean man tells of seven months held in Sinai desert
Africa's longest-serving leader faces election challenge
An Ethiopian proverb sent by Fassil Abebe, Inglewood, United States
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