3 March 2015
A Liberian woman tells the BBC's Andrew Harding how her husband left her even though she survived Ebola.
Voting is to begin in Africa's most populous nation, Nigeria, to elect a new president.
Zambia's government settles a debt owed to former national football coach Dario Bonetti to prevent the team facing sanctions. BBC Sport
Defender Kenneth Omeruo is confident he can break into Chelsea's team when he returns from his loan at Middlesbrough. BBC Sport
Best photos from the final week of campaigning
Where does watermelon costs 100 times more than beer?
And nine other great things about Nigeria
Will bribes and rice determine Nigeria's next leader?
The Christians bussing out in case Nigeria poll turns violent
Statue is symbolic target at South African university
A Somali proverb sent by Muuse, London, UK
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