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South Africa post office murderer given life for killing Uyinene Mrwetyana
The killing of student Uyinene Mrwetyana sparked protests about high levels of gender violence.

Igbo community in Liverpool: 'Like a home from home'
Liverpool's Igbos are working to rebuild their community centre.

Africa's top shots: 8-14 November 2019
A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent and beyond.

Canada refuses visas to over a dozen African AI researchers
Visa hassles made another AI conference move to Ethiopia, rather than deal with Canadian officials.

Archbishop Thabo Makgoba hit in South Africa church refuge scuffle
Thabo Makgoba was part of a group hoping to move foreign nationals who were camped out in the church.

Viral rap song highlights Morocco monarchy taboo
A viral rap song has raised the taboo subject of the monarchy in Morocco, where insulting the king is a criminal offence.

2021 Africa Cup of Nations: Ivory Coast and Madagascar win qualifiers
Ivory Coast defeat Niger and Madagascar beat Ethiopia at the start of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign.

2021 Africa Cup of Nations: Senegal await Ismaila Sarr injury verdict
Watford's Senegal international Ismaila Sarr could face a spell on the sidelines after suffering an ankle injury in the win over Congo on Wednesday.

'Boeing was at my father's funeral and I was not'
Few victims' families were able to attend the covering over of the Ethiopian Airlines crash site.

South Africa rugby stars strip off for cancer challenge
South Africa's rugby world champions strip to their pants to raise awareness of testicular cancer.

Genevieve Nnaji's rise from Nollywood to Netflix
Her film's disqualification from the Oscars may well act as a springboard for future success.

Pascal Siakam: Toronto Raptors star & his unconventional path from Cameroon to NBA
Pascal Siakam might have been a priest. Or a footballer. The path that led him to the NBA is not what you would call conventional.

Kenya census: Why counting people can be controversial
Kenya has released census population figures - but not everyone is happy to stand up and be counted.

The black princess who 'took on a white world'
The forgotten story of Princess Dinubolu, whose beauty ambitions shocked Edwardian Britain.

How AS Roma helped find a missing Kenyan child
When the Italian side signed Chris Smalling on loan, his arrival helped find a missing child.

Zimbabweans forced to choose between medicine and food
The worst drought for 40 years is making the economic hardship worse - leaving people starving.

Libya: Migrant mother's dying wish to get children to Europe
The BBC's Orla Guerin meets a family waiting to cross to Europe from Libya with orphaned children whose mother died on the way.

The Eswatini teenage footballer on Real Madrid's radar
18-year-old Leon Manyisa from Eswatini tells BBC Africa about doing trials for Real Madrid.

Paris tour shows how black people helped shape France
Resistance fighters and anti-colonial writers, a Paris tour celebrates an alternative French history.

Crystal Chigbu: The mum making prosthetic limbs for Nigerian children
Crystal Chigbu was inspired to help children in need after her daughter's leg was amputated.

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