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Ethiopia has decided to fully implement the Algiers accord which awards the disputed territory of Badme to Eritrea. Protest in Uganda against kidnappings and killings of women. Zimbabwe 'peace march' for free and fair elections. Plus, a play about the life of Ignatius Sancho, the first black person of African origin to vote in parliamentary elections in Britain.
A team from the Malawian revenue authority and police has sealed off the offices of the Times Media Group in Blantyre for tax arrears. The group's portfolio includes newspaper, radio, television and an online news portal - Lab Technicians working in medical facilities enter their fifth day of strike in Ghana, we listen to how the citizens of Accra are coping with blood tests and transfusions - Fans in London line up for Nigeria's world cup kit
Confusion in Uganda over a new social media tax; Nigeria’s president reduces age for political office; Ethiopia’s Andargachew Tsege calls for action after 4 years in detention.
South Africa's parliament endorses a 20 rand ($1.60; £1.20) an hour minimum wage but some people think it's not enough. Plus, Zimbabwe's national elections set for 30 July. They will be the first since Robert Mugabe was ousted in November. And reusable sanitary pads to make that time of the month easier for girls in Uganda.
French President and host, Emmanuel Macron hails it as historic, but are those back home as confident in such an agreement? Plus, fear in northern Mozambique as ten people are beheaded in Cabo Delgado.. Islamist militants are being blamed. And we meet South Africa's Fredie Blom reputed to be one of the oldest people alive.
Rwanda/US trade deal hangs in balance; Kenya to charge around 40 public servants with corruption; husband-to-be in Uganda challenges church in Constitutional Court.
The World Health Organisation says snake-bites are a global health priority; why is a Dutch company claiming ownership of Teff - an Ethiopian staple? Remembering the Malian music maestro, Kassé Mady Diabaté, who died last night.
Ethiopian opposition leaders home after decades in exile. Also: Rigging elections in the electronic age.
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