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South African euthanasia activist convicted of murder

Sean Davison is to serve three years under house arrest for assisting three people to take their lives. Click here to read full story

Egypt Morsi TV gaffe puts spotlight on control of media

“Sent by a Samsung device” – a TV host slipped up as she reported the Egyptian ex-president’s death. Click here to read full story

Garissa University attack: Three convicted over Kenya massacre

Three of four suspects are convicted on charges relating to the 2015 militant raid which killed 148. Click here to read full story

Kenya's violent rehab: What happened next?

BBC Africa Eye investigates what followed its probe into unlicensed rehabilitation centres in Nairobi. Click here to read full story

Top stars to play at new format Cup of Nations

The Africa Cup of Nations gets under way on Friday as hosts Egypt face Zimbabwe. BBC Sport looks at some of the things to keep an eye out for. Click here to read full story

Fifa confirms appointment of Fatma Samoura in Africa

Fifa confirms the appointment of its secretary general Fatma Samoura as a ‘General Delegate for Africa’ in light of recent governance issues on the continent. Click here to read full story

South Africa on brink after narrow defeat to NZ

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson plays one of the great World Cup innings to steer his side to a tense four-wicket victory over South Africa at Edgbaston. Click here to read full story

'I needed 32 surgeries after Kenya Garissa attack'

Anastasia Mikwa was a student at Garissa University when it was attacked by al-Shabab gunmen in 2015. Click here to read full story

Gay refugees sent back to 'homophobic Kenya camp'

The group had been staying in safe houses in Kenya’s capital after fleeing attacks, the UN says. Click here to read full story

South Africa captain Janine van Wyk's journey to the Women's World Cup

South Africa women’s captain Janine van Wyk goes from having to play in boys’ teams to the World Cup finals. Click here to read full story


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