Nigeria’s free-wheeling media fear crackdown over Boko Haram battle write David Dolan and Tim Cocks
A US teenager is charged with travelling to Kenya to sexually abuse children at a missionary children's home.
Two Zim journalists won a victory for free speech when a statute which made defamation a crime was struck off.
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‘We have power to defy guns’
Barack Obama has sent extra US personnel to aid in the search for the Nigerian schoolgirls taken by Boko Haram.
France is sending an extra 100 troops to Mali after an outbreak of violence in Kidal between government forces and Tuareg separatists.
Permits issued to Zimbabweans under a special dispensation will expire in December this year, the department of home affairs said
More than 100 people were killed and another 45 were wounded as two bombs exploded in a bustling Nigerian city.
Nigeria has asked the UN Security Council al Qaeda sanctions committee to blacklist Boko Haram after the kidnapping of hundreds of schoolgirls.
Former Finance Minister Jose Mario Vaz won a high-stakes presidential run-off election in Guinea-Bissau, but the losing candidate rejected the result.
Malawi deployed the army to contain violence that saw polling stations burnt and marred polls seen as the first true test of President Joyce Banda's scandal-tainted rule.
Joseph Kony has reportedly handed over command of his group to his son, who has been described “as hard as his father”.
Formula milk has seemingly become a status symbol among some HIV-positive new mothers, predominantly those in African communities
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