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Zimbabwe ex-Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko in court for corruption

Phelekezela Mphoko denies the charges and was released on bail a day after being called a fugitive. Click here to read full story

Rwanda beer brand Skol says sorry for sexist jokes

The jokes on Skol’s beer bottles in Rwanda provoke an outcry including from the gender minister. Click here to read full story

Fifa appoints normalisation committee to take charge in Egypt

Normalisation committee installed in Egypt after the resignation of the entire EFA board following the Pharaohs’ early Afcon exit. Click here to read full story

Sudan transition: Abdalla Hamdok appointed new prime minister

It’s the latest move designed to bring about civilian rule and end months of political strife. Click here to read full story

Nigeria goes three years without a case of polio

Nigeria, the continent’s last country to have had a polio case, is close to being declared polio-free. Click here to read full story

Ugandan war survivors partnered with therapy dogs

A scheme in Uganda partner dogs with war survivors to help them overcome trauma. Click here to read full story

South African car 'spinner' wants to conquer sport

Teenager Zameer wants to become the best car spinner in South Africa. Click here to read full story

Zimbabwe ex-Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko 'on the run'

Phelekezela Mphoko’s lawyer denies he is a fugitive and says he left a police station fearing he would be poisoned. Click here to read full story

Woedikou Afi Apéafa: 'Female players have potential but we are denied visas'

Togolese footballer Woedikou Afi Apéafa says women are denied the chance to travel for tournaments. Click here to read full story

Joshua Akinotan plays several instruments and looks set for stardom.

Joshua Akinotan, who has starred on TV talent shows in his home country, says music is his life. Click here to read full story


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