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Big names struggle as Champions League kicks off

Bidvest Wits and FUS Rabat are among the big sides to struggle in the African Champions League preliminary round first leg fixtures. Click here to read full story

New-look Champions League set to begin

Up to 18 players who competed at the Nations Cup could be involved in the revamped Champions League this weekend. Click here to read full story

Kenya's Uhuru Kenyatta declares drought a national disaster

Kenya’s president appeals for international aid after declaring drought a national disaster. Click here to read full story

Angola stadium stampede in Uige kills 17

Seventeen are killed in a stampede at a football stadium in northern Angola, local officials say. Click here to read full story

Tanzanian guide arrested for 'fake translation' of tourist's remark

A Tanzanian tourist guide is arrested for his ‘fake translation’ of a woman’s innocent compliment. Click here to read full story

Silent deaths

The silent deaths of 94 mentally ill patients in South Africa is symptomatic of their place in society, but their families want explanations, writes the BBC’s Pumza Fihlani. Click here to read full story

Mane double gives Liverpool victory

Sadio Mane lifts Liverpool’s recent gloom by scoring twice in two first-half minutes to see off top-four rivals Tottenham. Click here to read full story

Egypt's '500kg' woman arrives at India hospital for surgery

She is believed to be the world’s heaviest woman and will undergo weight reduction surgery. Click here to read full story

Nigeria's Arik Air and aviation industry in disarray

Why delays and chaos means air travel in Nigeria is often grounded. Click here to read full story

War criminal Charles Taylor 'phones allies from Durham prison'

Ex-Liberian President Charles Taylor is serving a 50-year sentence in the UK for crimes against humanity. Click here to read full story


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