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Brazil beat Mali to take third at U17 World Cup

Brazil beat Mali 2-0 in Kolkata on Saturday to finish in third place at the 2017 Fifa Under-17 World Cup. Click here to read full story

Sierra Leone withdrawn from Women's U17s

Sierra Leone are the latest African team to pull out of the 2018 Women’s Under-17 World Cup qualifiers, with the FA blaming “financial difficulties.” Click here to read full story

Ethiopia and Rwanda to meet in play-off for place at 2018 CHAN

Ethiopia and Rwanda will meet in a two-legged play-off for the right to replace Egypt at the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Morocco. Click here to read full story

Kenya election: Turnout under 34% amid opposition boycott

Fewer than 34% of voters took part in Thursday’s repeat presidential election, officials say. Click here to read full story

Ghana investigation after child rape 'pardon'

Campaigners say the case demonstrates a culture in Ghana that shields sex attackers. Click here to read full story

Burundi first to quit war crimes court

It accuses the International Criminal Court of deliberately targeting Africans for prosecution. Click here to read full story

The Zimbabwe seed firm taking on the multinationals

Mukushi Seeds is pioneering hybrid maize seeds that it hopes will improve farmer yields in Zimbabwe. Click here to read full story

South Africa coffin case: White farmers receive jail terms

Two white farmers are sentenced to more than 10 years each for forcing a black man into a coffin. Click here to read full story

Somalia Mogadishu: Explosions rock capital

The city is hit by two blasts, two weeks after a huge bomb there killed more than 350 people. Click here to read full story

Tanzania deports lawyers accused of 'promoting homosexuality'

Police in Dar es Salaam accuse the group of ‘promoting homosexuality’ – a charge the lawyers deny. Click here to read full story


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