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- Nana Akufo-Addo: Leading from the front.
- Mohamed El Kettani: Planting flags across Africa.
- Dr Fatima Akilu: Rehabilitating Boko Haram victims.
- Rebecca Enonchong: She has what it 'techs'.
- C4 Pedro: King of kizomba.
- Halima Aden: First hijab-wearing international model.
- Trump ruling a boon for African coal: With over 600m people in Africa without access to electricity, governments have been struggling to meet development targets. But with the US recently relaxing its opposition to the use of coal to provide power, fortunes could change for a continent that is sitting on 50bn tones of reserves.
- The UK's wartime debt to the colonies.
- Sophia Abdi Noor: Breaking cultural glass ceiling.
- Elon Musk: An unquantifiable genius.
- Africa day in prague.
- Life in Ghana in the 50s (Part 3).
- Rawlings in trouble: Ghana's ex-president attacks new government and gets quizzed.
- The future is bright: though dominated by foreign companies, the oil and gas industry has become vital to African development.
- Tunisia relationship with the European Union: the fruits of strategic foresight.
- Uranium fantasies: did Saddam Hussein try to buy uranium from Africa? Hugues Leclercq, a Belgian economist, says "no, it's pure fantasy".
- Ghanaian inventor.
- The battle over apartheid reparations.
- African Union: so far, so good: the 2nd African Union Summit in Maputo, Mozambique (11-14 July), was a huge success. Slowly but surely, Africa is taking its destiny in its own hands, President Abdoulaye Wade of Senegal summmed it up: "We have achieved a lot over the past four years. What we have done, despite the difficulties and the external pressure, is close to miraculous." Omar Ben Yedder reports from Maputo.
- Chad: oil brings good tidings: landlocked Chad has been celebrating good times, becoming a first-time oil producer when production from oilfields in the Doba Basin in the south of the country began in July.