Former ANC youth leader accused of using deaths to resurrect his political career
Use of obscure law to charge Marikana miners with murder of 34 colleagues is 'shameful', says expert
Instability feared in Horn of Africa after death of PM who held power for 21 years
WHO takes action after 14 people die in western Uganda, and there are fears Ebola has spread to the capital
Spring of Arts exhibition prompts violent protests from Islamists
EasyJet breathes a sigh of relief as former chairman leaves European market to bring budget airline to Africa
Ex-Liberian president is convicted by the International Criminal Court of offences including murder and rape
Outraged headlines galore - but president of Zimbabwe does not, actually, have a UN role
Is the South African government's fury over Brett Murray's painting of Zuma's genitalia all it seems?
Portrait that has bitterly divided South Africa for portraying president's genitals is smeared with paint
Fund-raiser suggests his 'time' is a tax payment and asks hack how many irrigation ditches her salary has dug
'The economy without a state' wants to talk to investors - not be patronised by Kenya-based aid workers
Feared former secret police chief reportedly set to take over presidency as Mugabe battles cancer
Teenager killed herself after being forced to marry her attacker to save face
Amama Mbabazi says Jason Russell's viral video is out-of-date and out-of-touch with reality
Kony’s victims call controversial campaign inaccurate and tasteless after screening of documentary
Invisible Children claims it is running a transparent campaign, but is interest waning?
Criticism of Invisible Children grows, with much of it from those on the front line
‘The UK still moves in the nostalgia of imperial glory’ writes diplomat angered by ‘lack of consultation’
A viral campaign to bring the Lord’s Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony to justice has raised many questions
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