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- Sudan--the roar of Nafir.
- Halima's burkini statement.
- Young lady wins Nigeria's 'Best Pharmacy Brain' award.
- Is Africa this dangerous?
- DRC elects first female speaker of parliament.
- S. Africa's Saray Khumalo conquers Everest.
- Largest drone medical delivery in Ghana.
- Uganda, Kenya, Morocco among most beautiful countries.
- Ethiopian cross survives Notre Dame fire.
- DRC's gorilla selfie.
- "I am proud of what we have achieved": says Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf.
- "The conservatives would never have done that".
- "We need Africa-centred innovations systems".
- 'Africa needs strong governments and strong oppositions'.
- 'Business unusual' approach to efficiency.
- 'Elections na suffer head': the presidential voting was going on as we went to press, and President Olusegun Obasanjo was expected to win.
- 'How do you write on death when you haven't experienced it?' ... Nelson Mandela to his son-in-law.
- 'I'm convinced that we're in a time of extraordinary opportunity ...'.
- 'Just manage' does not cut it: 'Just manage it', a phrase which is heard with increasing frequency in Africa, merely exposes our deep-seated lack of self-esteem and how we short-change ourselves.
- 'No development without strong diplomacy': Sameh Shoukry--Egypt's Minister of Foreign Affairs.