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Post-mortem set to determine cause of death of gang-rape accused Ram Singh.
Wildlife officials have renewed a lion alert at the northern tourism and fishing resort town of Kariba after the reported sighting of two more lions.
Seven foreign nationals were abducted on 16 February 2013.
The foreign hostages had been abducted since February 16 but are now believed dead following a video released by group Ansaru.
Zambian President Michael Sata has called for an investigation into how the leader of the country's second-largest opposition party amassed his wealth.
Malawi police have arrested 11 ex-ministers and senior government officials, including the former president's brother, for an alleged coup plot.
The African Union saluted the Kenyan people for holding successful and peaceful elections, AU commission chairwoman Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma said.
France's intervention in northern Mali has disrupted cocaine supply to Europe.
Australia has promised to lift sanctions on 55 prominent Zimbabweans.
Ethiopian entrepreneur Bethlehem Alemu has become one of Africa’s most renown shoe designers with her SoleRebel brand of shoes made from recycled car tyres.
A joint task force has killed no less than 52 members of Boko Haram in Maidudri, Nigeria over the past 10 days.
Even with the World Food Programme providing more than 200 tonnes of food supplies for residents of Timbuktu, Mali is still concerned about shortages for its people in the north.
It has been a historic week for Kenya, and eNCA looks back at some of the highlights of Kenya’s 2013 elections.
Kenya's Deputy Prime Minister, Uhuru Kenyatta is aiming to avoid a run-off as Kenya vote count continues
Odinga's running-mate, Kalonzo Musyoka demads ballot counting to be halted
Police have blamed a communications breakdown for their decision to stop Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai from holding a meeting in Harare.
Bad news at Kenya's 2013 presidential elections as a staggering amount of ballots are dismissed
Details of a plan by a group of 20 men to over throw the government of teh Democratic Republic of Congo were heard in the Pretoria Magistrate's Cout today.
Kenyans hope for peace after the 2013 Kenya elections results are consolidated, unlike the aftermath of the 2007 violence that broke out
The latest Kenyan election results put Uhuru Kenyatta well ahead of Raila Odinga, but most votes still need to be counted. Odinga’s camp says it is still confident he can win.
Forest elephant numbers are declining rapidly. CITES estimated about 25,000 African elephants were killed in 2011 and a similar number last year.
Raila Odinga seems to be in a secure spot in the elections this year
The police officer known as the "eye sniper" has been sentenced to three years in prison for his actions in the 2011 unrest.
Another Islamist leader is however believed to still be alive and fighting
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