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The country has been hit hard by a second wave of the outbreak linked to a new Covid variant.

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Barely a single great white shark has been spotted off the city's coast for two years, where once there were hundreds.

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The building of an expressway in Kenya's capital could divide Nairobi in more ways than one.

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Fifteen members of the ruling African National Congress party are accused of corruption.

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Photographer Laura El-Tantawy looks back at her work documenting the 2011 revolution in Egypt.

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The UK Supreme Court's ruling is a victory for communities severely hit by pollution in the Niger Delta.

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What does the future hold for Ethiopia, and what challenges remain in the Tigray region?

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BBC Sport looks at the life and legacy of Eudy Simelane - an openly gay South Africa international footballer who was raped and murdered in 2008.

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Al Ahly's South African coach Pitso Mosimane says his side could have won the Club World Cup with Sadio Mane and Mo Salah in his team.

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Coronavirus cases have been on the increase across countries in southern Africa.

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South Africa's most successful and best-supported club Kaizer Chiefs are now aiming to make an impact in continental competition.

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A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent and beyond.

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Egypt's Al Ahly equal their best finish at the Fifa Club World Cup when defeating South American champions Palmeiras in the third-place play-off.

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Catherine Byaruhanga explains what’s going on in Central African Republic, as rebels surround the capital.

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Tanzania's government says the country has the Covid-19 pandemic under control and is focusing on herbal remedies.

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Its use in people over 65 as well as in countries where variants are circulating is recommended.

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League football is once again being played in Libya after almost a two-year absence despite security concerns and Covid-19.

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The health minister says some countries have already asked to buy vaccine doses from South Africa.

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Kamaru Usman, also known as the Nigerian Nightmare, puts his belt on the line against Gilbert Burns.

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Caf president Ahmad praises Cameroon for its organisation of the African Nations Championship despite the impact of Covid.

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The row over its inclusion in a school text book exposes a rift between Islamists and secularists.

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A study of the vaccine's efficacy against the South Africa variant shows "disappointing" results.

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Mayar Sherif is the first Egyptian woman to win a main draw match at a Grand Slam with victory at the Australian Open.

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The BBC's Wael Hussein describes witnessing an uprising unfold in the heart of Cairo, 10 years on.

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