12/12/2012 3:40amThe former president of Madagascar says he will not run for any position in the island country's next election, but he says he wants to return home.
12/12/2012 3:58amNear the parade ground that Queen Elizabeth II once toured when Nigeria was still under British rule, the sharp crack of a ball against a bat marks the rebirth of a colonial sport now finding a second life.
12/12/2012 4:06amPolice and soldiers have raided an office where the opposition party is re-tabulating votes in their preparation to contest the results of last week's presidential poll, which handed a slim victory to the incumbent.
12/12/2012 4:24amSouth African police have opened a new investigation into the 1986 airplane crash that killed Mozambique's Marxist president and more than 20 others, an official said Wednesday, an incident many have blamed on the former apartheid government.
12/12/2012 8:26amTraffic bribes are a way of life for many Kenyan drivers. One dollar here, $5 there. But the drivers of the rowdy minibuses known as matatus say that Kenya's new traffic laws, which carry higher fines and bigger jail sentences, will result primarily in higher bribes.
12/12/2012 9:45amAs South Africa's governing party moves closer to picking its next leader, it will do so without the man widely viewed as the country's moral compass.
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