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Why Abiy is more popular in Norway than Ethiopia

Critics argue that the transition of power has been mishandled
FT.com - Published

Ethiopian Cardinal Berhaneyesus Demerew barred from entering Eritrea

The respected Catholic cleric was stranded at the airport and prevented from attending an event.
BBC News - Published

Biden campaign plays down his South Africa 'arrest'

An official says he got separated at an airport in South Africa rather than actually being arrested.
BBC News - Published

Celestine Babayaro questions Joseph Yobo's coaching credentials

Celestine Babayaro says while he welcomes ex-players being involved in Nigeria's coaching set-up he questions former Super Eagles team-mate Joseph Yobo's credentials.
BBC News - Published

The taxi driver preaching peace on the streets of Addis Ababa

Taxi driver Seifu Amanuel spreads his message of peace by standing in the middle of roads in Addis Ababa.
BBC News - Published

Christian Bassogog: Cameroon striker pledges $16,000 to compatriots in China

Cameroon forward Christian Bassogog donates $16,000 to help Cameroonians living in areas of China hit by the coronavirus.
BBC News - Published

Kenya university's rape memo sparks anger

The University of Nairobi apologises after blaming "reckless" female students for becoming victims.
BBC News - Published

Hosni Mubarak: Egypt holds military funeral for ousted president

Mubarak was forced out of office by an Arab Spring uprising in 2011, after 30 years in power.
BBC News - Published

Appeal for more funds to help Africa stop locust swarms

The UN warns that time is short to stop locusts threatening food supplies in some countries.
BBC News - Published

'How do I convince the UK Home Office I'm a lesbian?'

More than 1,500 people claim asylum in the UK each year, claiming that they are persecuted for being gay. But it's not an easy thing to prove.
BBC News - Published

Climate change: Why are tomato prices in Africa increasing?

The price of tomatoes have skyrocketed in East Africa in recent weeks after floods ruined crops.
BBC News - Published

Zimbabwe barred from hosting internationals until further notice

Zimbabwe is barred from hosting any international matches until further notice after its main stadiums fail to meet required standards.
BBC News - Published

Kenya bans commercial slaughter of donkeys

Their population has fallen sharply since Kenya began exporting donkey meat and hide to China.
BBC News - Published

Egyptian top-flight derby abandoned after Zamalek fail to show up

Top-flight Egyptian side Zamalek face punishment after failing to turn up to the Cairo derby against rivals Al Ahly on Monday.
BBC News - Published

Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak dies

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak – ousted by the military in 2011 – has died in hospital in Cairo aged 91.
BBC News - Published

Libya conflict: Two Turkish troops killed

These are the first deaths confirmed by the president since he sent troops to Tripoli last month.
BBC News - Published

Africa grapples with clean energy conundrum

The continent desperately needs more power but it also wants to avoid damaging the environment.
BBC News - Published

What happens when the internet vanishes?

During a troublesome protest or tricky election, some countries just cut the online cord.
BBC News - Published

Liverpool 3-2 West Ham: Mane scores winner as Reds forced to come from behind

League leaders Liverpool are forced to come from behind to beat relegation-battling West Ham in a nervy encounter at Anfield.
BBC News - Published

Nigeria: Video of manatee dragged along road sparks outrage

Nigeria's government is investigating a video of young men dragging a distressed manatee down a road.
BBC News - Published

Tanzania journalist Erick Kabendera freed after seven months

Erick Kabendera had been charged with money laundering, tax evasion and leading organised crime.
BBC News - Published

CHAN 2020: Fixtures confirmed for African Nations Championship in Cameroon

The fixture list for April's African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Cameroon is confirmed, with the hosts kicking off the tournament against Zimbabwe.
BBC News - Published

Lesotho's PM Thomas Thabane seeks immunity over murder of ex-wife

Thomas Thabane and the first lady are accused over the shooting of his previous wife in 2017.
BBC News - Published

The US needs a coherent policy on Africa

Washington can do better than China bashing and travel bans
FT.com - Published

Komla Dumor Award 2020: Seeking a rising star of African journalism

BBC seeks future star of African journalism for the BBC World News Komla Dumor Award 2020.
BBC News - Published

How Africa hopes to gain from the 'new scramble'

The continent's leaders have been globe-trotting to attend Africa-themed summits, but do they have a plan?
BBC News - Published

'My journey to accept being a childless woman' in Niger

Filmmaker Aicha Macky from Niger is on a journey to determine her role in society as a childless woman.
BBC News - Published

Hakim Ziyech: Chelsea agree personal terms with Ajax winger

Chelsea agree personal terms with Ajax winger Hakim Ziyech over a five-year-deal for the Morocco international.
BBC News - Published

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: Mikel Arteta hopes to convince striker to stay at Arsenal

Mikel Arteta hopes he can convince Arsenal's "most important player" Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to stay at the club after he scored twice on Sunday.
BBC News - Published

Nigeria mourns dead footballer as police deny brutality

Kazeem Tiyamiyu was knocked down and killed in an apparent hit and run but his club Reno Stars say he died from police brutality.
BBC News - Published

Arsenal 3-2 Everton: Aubameyang nets twice as Arsenal beat Everton in thriller

Mikel Arteta's encouraging rebuilding job at Arsenal continues with a win over a stubborn Everton, which could have a big say in the race for European football.
BBC News - Published

Canary Island sandstorm: Flights cancelled due to Saharan sand

Passengers have been left stranded after a strong sandstorm caused poor visibility.
BBC News - Published

Former Caf General Secretary Amr Fahmy dies after illness

Amr Fahmy was planning to run to be Caf's next President in 2021.
BBC News - Published

Togo opposition alleges 'fake' polling stations

Voting ended on Saturday for a president in Togo which has been led by the same family for 53 years.
BBC News - Published

Kenya judge accused of coaching murder suspect

The main suspect is the widow of a Dutchman whose body was found in a septic tank in Kenya.
BBC News - Published

How lake gases are powering homes in Rwanda

Methane is being extracted from Lake Kivu in Rwanda to generate electricity.
BBC News - Published

Amani Festival: The DR Congo music festival celebrating life

Organisers of the Amani Festival want to show a different side of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
BBC News - Published

Giannelli Imbula: Stoke cancel contract of Β£18.3m record signing

Stoke City cancel the contract of record signing Giannelli Imbula with 18 months remaining on his deal.
BBC News - Published

Cyriel Dessers: Dutch league's leading scorer hopes for Nigeria call-up

Heracles striker Cyriel Dessers, the Dutch league's leading scorer, says he is playing the best football of his career and hopes to earn a first Nigeria cap.
BBC News - Published

Togo’s president set to retain grip on power

Civil rights campaigners say deployment of 10,000 troops amounts to intimidation
FT.com - Published

South Sudan rivals Salvaa Kiir and Riek Machar strike unity deal

The deal is intended to end six years of conflict which has killed some 400,000 people.
BBC News - Published

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