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  • Sun, 25 Oct 2020 15:27

    Rwanda cracks down on pregnancy tests on school girls

    The Rwandan education ministry says it will start carrying out inspections in schools to make sure pregnancy tests are no longer carried out on girls.

  • Sun, 25 Oct 2020 15:25

    At least '1.6 million Mozambicans may be affected' by rains

    Prime minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosário asked the government to get ready to help people caught by the expected bad weatherImage caption: Prime minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosário asked the government to get ready to help people caught by the expected bad weather

  • Sun, 25 Oct 2020 15:24

    Kenya sees record spike in Covid-19 cases

    Observers put the rise down to people not adhering to safety measuresImage caption: Observers put the rise down to people not adhering to safety measures

  • Sun, 25 Oct 2020 15:22

    'Gunfire heard' in Guinea

    Gunfire was heard on Friday in Guinea's capital Conakry as supporters of opposition presidential candidate Cellou Dalein Diallo clashed with police, witnesses are quoted as saying to Reuters news agency.

  • Sun, 25 Oct 2020 15:08

    'Sixty-nine killed' in Nigerian anti-police brutality protests

    Sixty-nine people have been killed so far across Nigeria in protests against police brutality which started earlier this month, President Muhammadu Buhari's spokesman has told the BBC.

  • Sun, 25 Oct 2020 15:05

    Analysis: What this Libyan ceasefire agreement means

    The ceasefire agreement which has been signed today in Geneva by Libya’s rival military representatives contains a tall order of requests from both sides - key of which are the withdrawal of troops from frontlines to their respective camps, an exit of foreign troops involved by proxy over the next three months, and freezing foreign security agreements.

  • Sun, 25 Oct 2020 15:01

    Lagos curfew to be lifted during Saturday daytime

    On Friday people were obligated to hold their hands above their heads when they walked past check points in LagosImage caption: On Friday people were obligated to hold their hands above their heads when they walked past check points in Lagos

  • Sun, 25 Oct 2020 14:59

    Tanzania election campaigns focus on infrastructure and freedom

    In the run up to Tanzania’s general election next week, Focus on Africa has been quizzing two of the leading parties on their pitch to voters.

  • Sat, 24 Oct 2020 11:11

    Burned-out buildings and armed gangs in Lagos despite president's plea

    LAGOS - Gangs armed with knives and sticks blocked major roads in Lagos on Friday, with many on the streets angered by a speech in which the president called for calm but failed to condemn the killing of protesters demanding an end to police brutality.