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Getrude Ankah Nyavi Africa
A Kenyan judge has sentenced two men to 18 and 33 years in jail after they were convicted of helping Islamist militants attack a shopping mall in 2013.
The governing party in Guinea has asked President Alpha Conde to seek a controversial third term in office.
The day after his 29th birthday in May, Olalekan Jacob Ponle posted a picture on his Instagram standing next to a bright yellow Lamborghini in Dubai.
Nigeria is "saddened" by the sale of two sculptures belonging to the south-eastern Igbo community, an official from the Nigerian National Commission for Museums and Monuments, has said.
Some teachers and parents in South Africa's Western Cape province are demonstrating and demanding the closure of schools over the spread of coronavirus.
Liberia's Deputy Minister of Education for Administration, Latim Da-Thong is being treated for the COVID-19 virus in Ghana.
Officials in Kenya say that there has been a significant rise in teenage pregnancies, especially since the start of Covid-19 restrictions in March.
South African police have arrested a 31-year-old man for the murder of a woman whose stabbed body was found hanging from a tree last week, triggering a national outcry.
Burundi's top court has made a ruling aimed at ending the power vacuum created by the sudden death of President Pierre Nkurunziza on Monday.
Sudan has criminalised carrying out female genital mutilation (FGM), making it punishable by three years in jail.
An Ivorian court on Tuesday sentenced former Prime Minister Guillaume Soro, who has been living in exile since December 2019, to 20 years in prison for corruption.
Vanguard Nigeria Africa
More details of the lethal attack on the country home of former Nigeria President Goodluck Jonathan by unknown gunmen in the early hours of Tuesday have continued to emerge as Nigerians express shock over the motive behind such brazen invasion.
The BBC Africa