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Rwanda 'genocide-era' mass graves found

The graves are believed to date from the 1994 genocide, which left about 800,000 people dead. Click here to read full story

Billionaire faces Africa corruption case

A judge puts billionaire Vincent Bolloré under formal investigation over corruption allegations. Click here to read full story

'I run for the family I'm not allowed to see'

Runner Salah Ameidan takes part in the Sahara Marathon every year – it’s the closest he can get to his family, who live in territory governed by Morocco. Click here to read full story

Caster Semenya 'might have to race men'

Some female runners with naturally high testosterone levels will have to race against men or change events unless they take medication, from 1 November. Click here to read full story

Meet Nigeria's FBI – the female bikers

Taking women’s health awareness across Nigeria, on a motorbike. Click here to read full story

'Guns, germs and trees' determine gorilla's fate

The largest ever survey of western lowland gorillas shows most are living in unprotected areas. Click here to read full story

Rodney Saunders: South Africa identifies body of missing horticulturalist

Horticulturalist Rodney Saunders and his wife disappeared in February, in a suspected IS kidnapping. Click here to read full story

Swaziland has a new name – eSwatini – but what else has changed?

Swaziland has changed its name to eSwatini. But will the lives of its citizens change? Click here to read full story

Nigeria 'baby factory' raided in Lagos

More than 160 children are rescued from a “baby factory” and illegal orphanages, an official says. Click here to read full story

Pimpin' rides, Uganda-style

The Ugandan entrepreneur finding success using African fabric to style car interiors. Click here to read full story


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