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Libya's $1.2bn claim against Goldman Sachs thrown out

The London High Court dismisses a $1.2bn (£840m) claim against US investment bank Goldman Sachs brought by Libya's sovereign fund.

Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari: My wife Aisha belongs to my kitchen

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari responds to criticism of his leadership by his wife Aisha Buhari by saying that she "belongs to my kitchen".

Zuma's nemesis?

The BBC's Karen Allen reports on the work of public protector Thuli Madonsela, whose fight against corruption has inspired a South African public yearning...

Jacob Zuma corruption report blocked in South Africa

A corruption investigation expected to contain damning allegations against South African President Jacob Zuma will not be published on Friday, as planned. Thuli Mandonsela, who...

Batuk: Using house music to promote pan-Africanism

South African collective Batuk aims to use house music to promote pan-African unity, reports Mayeni Jones.

Africa’s top shots: 7 October-13 October 2016

  A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.  

Rwanda begins Zipline commercial drone deliveries

What is being hailed as the world's first commercial regular drone delivery service is beginning drop-offs in Rwanda. The operation uses fixed-wing drones that automatically...

Man overboard

  When Brett Archibald fell overboard in the middle of a stormy night in the Indian Ocean he thought he was going to die. For...

Lamine Konkobo: Burkina Faso’s secret for religious harmony

  The Pope has invited Burkina Faso's president to the Vatican later this month to see what can be learnt from the West African nation's...

A class apart

Melon Nyamwiza Rwancumangi kept her dream of going back to school alive for 20 years, having dropped out when orphaned in her teens. The Ugandan...

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