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Top Angolan journalist sentenced

A renowned Angolan journalist is given a six-month suspended jail sentence for falsely linking military generals to the “blood diamond” trade. Click here to read full story

VIDEO: S Africa fans on Fifa: 'It hurts us'

The BBC’s Milton Nkosi gauges South Africans’ reaction to allegations that the government paid bribes to Fifa officials to win hosting rights for the 2010 World Cup. Click here to read full story

Zuma not liable for home upgrades

South African President Jacob Zuma will not have to repay state money spent to upgrade his private home in Nkandla, the police minister says. Click here to read full story

VIDEO: Soweto fashion takes to the catwalk

Self taught designer Collen Monnakgotla speaks to the BBC about his fashion show. Click here to read full story

EU withdraws Burundi poll observers

The European Union suspends its election monitoring mission in Burundi amid political unrest over the president’s third-term bid. Click here to read full story

EU election observers pull out of Burundi

The European Union has withdrawn its election monitoring mission in Burundi, as President Pierre Nkurunziza seeks a third term. The EU cited media restrictions, excessive force against demonstrators, and high levels of intimidation. This came after the Burundian Catholic Church had pulled out of helping to organize elections amid the political unrest. Human rights groups Read More

South Africa denies 2010 FIFA World Cup bribery claims

South African officials have dismissed allegations by US investigators that a ten million dollar bribe was organized for FIFA officials to host the 2010 World Cup. A government Minister says there had been a clean audit report at the end of the World Cup. South Africa was the first African nation to host the FIFA Read More

Muhammadu Buhari's Nigeria to-do list

Can Nigeria’s new leader end corruption without a horse whip? Click here to read full story

VIDEO: South Sudan faces food shortage

The UN warns that more people are at risk of hunger in South Sudan than at any time since it became independent four years ago. Click here to read full story

Caf – Fifa elections should proceed

The Confederation of African Football says the Fifa presidential elections should go ahead as planned on Friday. Click here to read full story

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