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Kenya election: Raila Odinga to challenge result in court

Kenya's opposition leader Raila Odinga has said he will mount a legal challenge to the result of last week's election,…

Sierra Leone mudslide: At least 600 still missing in Freetown

At least 600 people are still missing following a mudslide and flooding that devastated parts of Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown,…

Burkina Faso gun attack kills 18 people at cafe

Gunmen have shot dead 18 people and injured others at a cafe in the centre of the capital of Burkina…

Sierra Leone mudslide kills hundreds as houses are buried

At least 179 people have been killed in a mudslide near Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown, the Red Cross says.

Kenya election 2017: AU and Commonwealth say poll credible

Foreign observers have expressed confidence in Kenya's electoral process, despite opposition claims of massive fraud.

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Allegations by Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga that the electoral system that was being used to transmit results was hacked…

Zuma wins in close vote

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma lives to fight another day after surviving the no-confidence vote against him. He joined ANC…

South Africa's President Zuma facing no-confidence vote

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma faces a motion of no-confidence as MPs start voting in a secret ballot. The governing…

Kenya election 2017: President Kenyatta urges peaceful vote

People are voting in Kenya's general election amid fears that the result could trigger communal violence.

Zuma no confidence vote: Will 'the Zuptas' fall in South Africa?

South Africa is up in arms. Marches are being organised in support of President Jacob Zuma, as deafening protests call…