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#Botswana's rapper @ZeusGC speaks to BBC Radio @1Xtra's @djedu. Listen today on Focus on Africa, @bbcworldservice
Witnesses: 7 killed in attack on Somali govt building in #Mogadishu --> BBC Africa Live page…
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Today's BBC Africa Live page is up and running -… - Get in touch with your story suggestions.
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I hope I will never witness such a thing again - reporting on Kenya's Garissa attack
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Join @akwasisarpong at 1500, 1700 and 1900 GMT for #FocusonAfrica on the BBC World Service, live from London.
On 22/04 #bbcafricadebate is in Paris debating extremism in France.To take
Our boy @djedu went on a journey to explore the club scene across Africa #ClubAfricaBBC >>
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The Kinshasa sapeurs rule the dancefloor & flaunt their outfits in the mirrors! #ClubAfricaBBC
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Burkina Faso 'arrests' former president Blaise Compaore's allies.
The EFF vow to keep campaigning for the removal of apartheid-era monuments after members vandalised another statue.
Burkina Faso 'arrests' Blaise Compaore's allies:
Zimbabwe's expelled Zanu-PF members to form new party:
Four Tunisian soldiers were killed and six wounded on Tuesday in an ambush in the Kasserine region.
Algerian author Yasmina Khadra wants to answer your questions about #TheSwallowsofKabul. Tweet them to @BBCWBC
A Muslim leader in Garissa, Kenya, has distanced his community from last week's attack.
By @AlexDuvalsmith via BBC Africa Live: Freed hostage Sjaak Rijke arriving at Bamako airport
VIDEO @BBCtrending: Dancers perform on New York's subway despite arrest threat
2,500 people have marched in Garissa in a show of defiance against al-Shabab.