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Coronavirus: Moroccans without masks in public risk jail terms
Offenders face sentences of up to three months and a hefty fine as part of anti-Covid-19 measures.

Covid-19: British-African doctors use #DontRush challenge to highlight NHS diversity
British-African doctors explain why they used the #DontRush challenge to highlight diversity in the NHS.

Rwanda genocide: Treating the trauma 26 years on
Photojournalist Chrystal Ding documented the treatment of survivors of the genocide in Rwanda.

No celebrations but Burundi league to go on until virus spreads
Burundi's football federation introduces a series of measures as it tries to finish its league season amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Coronavirus: Africa will not be testing ground for vaccine, says WHO
Two doctors sparked outrage after suggesting a vaccine for coronavirus could be tested in Africa.

Coronavirus: Nigerian actress Funke Akindele fined over Lagos party amid lockdown
Funke Akindele recently appeared in a public health video to raise awareness about coronavirus.

Drones in Africa: How they could become lifesavers
Rwanda's President Paul Kagame says drones will become important for his nation, but can they really deliver?

Belly dancers to florists: Six African coronavirus heroes
Uplifting stories about African people doing exceptional things in the age of coronavirus.

South Africa's ruthlessly efficient fight against coronavirus
The government seems to have acted faster than many other states to tackle Covid-19, writes Andrew Harding.

Abedi Pele: How Pape Diouf inspired me to greatness
One of Africa's greatest players, Abedi Pele, gives his memories of former Marseille chairman Pape Diouf.

Coronavirus: What misinformation has spread in Africa?
We look at some of the claims about coronavirus circulating in African countries.

Lagos lockdown over coronavirus: 'How will my children survive?'
Nigeria's commercial hub and the capital have gone into lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus.

'It feels like solitary jail' - Kenyan basketball star stuck in Algeria
Kenyan national team basketball player Ariel Okal has spoken about his ordeal as he is unable to leave Algeria having just signed for a club there.

Marathon superstar Eliud Kipchoge uses his time in isolation to look at his training.
Marathon superstar Eliud Kipchoge uses his time in isolation to look at his training records - as well as his own collection of trainers.

Coronavirus in Africa: Debunking fake news and myths around Covid-19
BBC Africa's Joice Etutu tackles myths around Covid-19 that are being shared online on the continent.

Coronavirus in Lagos: Enforcing lockdown in Africa's biggest city
We follow the Lagos task force in charge of enforcing a new ban on large public gatherings.

Keeping fit during coronavirus: Nigerian footballer's home workout using shoes
Nigerian footballer Desire Oparanozie is keeping fit at home during the lockdown using just shoes.

Coronavirus in Africa: How to save water so you can wash your hands
In many African countries water is a scarce resource, so the WHO is encouraging people to store it.

Eliud Kipchoge's self-isolation diary: 'It's really hard to train alone'
The Kenyan marathon champion is trying to stay fit while self-isolating.

Coronavirus: The fears of a Kenyan domestic worker who can't stay at home
Esther has to keep working to feed her family in Kenya but is worried about catching coronavirus.

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