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Is Eritrea coming in from the cold?

After years of sanctions and war, can the African country finally realise its economic potential? Click here to read full story

Osama bin Laden: Eight years after his death, where is al-Qaeda?

Where are militants loyal to al-Qaeda still active around the world? Click here to read full story

South Africa elections: 'I am not voting – I'm very upset'

As South Africa goes to the polls, one in four people haven’t even registered to vote. Click here to read full story

Meet Kenya's mysterious night runners

Africa Eye investigates who the night runners are and what motivates them. Click here to read full story

The teenagers saving Madagascar's forest

Warnings about the future of the country’s wildlife has led young locals to learn new skills to farm sustainably. Click here to read full story

South Africa elections: Has the ANC built enough homes?

How successful was the party’s post-apartheid house-building programme? Click here to read full story

2019 Women's World Cup: Ajara optimistic 'Cameroon can do better in France'

Cameroon forward Nchout Njoya Ajara insists the Indomitable Lionesses will show significant progress when they compete at the Women’s World Cup in June. Click here to read full story

Injured Keita a doubt for Africa Cup of Nations

Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita will be out for at least two months after tearing a thigh muscle in defeat at Barcelona. Click here to read full story

South Africa's proud horse racing history

Lubabalo Gibson dreams of carrying on his family legacy and becoming a professional jockey. Click here to read full story

Fifteen-year-old Nigerian builds small scale construction machines

Nigerian teenager Hope Emmanuel Frank makes his creations using discarded materials. Click here to read full story


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