African Press

[VOA] In winning a second term as Mali's president on Thursday, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita has another chance to tackle challenges ranging from curbing insecurity to improving the legal system and economy, analysts say.

[VOA] Dozens of Cameroon's tribal rulers have fled their palaces in the English-speaking southwest region after armed men pulled the chief of the Balondo people out of church and killed him.

[The Herald] MDC Alliance activist Paddington Japajapa, who was wanted by the police on allegations of inciting party supporters to embark on an illegal demonstration in Harare soon after the July 30 harmonised elections, has been arrested.

[VOA] Beginning Wednesday, journalists working in Mozambique are scheduled to start paying what may be the highest registration fees in the world.

[Vanguard] For every 10 Nigerian children that are at least five years old, there are no records about the birth of seven.

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