3 March 2015
A Liberian woman tells the BBC's Andrew Harding how her husband left her even though she survived Ebola.
A prominent lawyer at the centre of a debate over Mozambique's constitution dies after being shot outside a cafe in the capital, Maputo.
Outgoing Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba wins the world's most valuable individual award, the Mo Ibrahim prize for African leadership.
Leading Burundian dissident, Hussein Radjabu, escapes from a prison where he was serving a 13-year term for plotting against the state.
Ivory Coast goalkeeper Boubacar Barry announces his international retirement, less than a month after his Africa Cup of Nations heroics. BBC Sport
Argentine Hector Cuper is appointed the new coach of Egypt, the country's Football Association reveals on Monday. BBC Sport
Will Nigerian pride hinder anti-Boko Haram force?
A mother’s struggle to rebuild her life after Ebola
Can cargo drones help plug Africa's transport gap?
Your chance to ask experts about deadly virus
Israel's Ester Rada thrills with rich music inspired by Africa beats
The growing craze among Botswana's youth
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