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Aid agencies rush to bring aid to Mozambique cyclone survivors

Cyclone Kenneth made landfall late Thursday in Cabo Delgado province, packing wind gusts of up to 220 kilometres per hour

Mozambique braces for violent floods after Cyclone Kenneth

The first floods have already been seen in some parts of Pemba, the capital of Cabo Delgado province, as well as in surrounding areas

IAAF gender rules ‘killing’ next generation – Semenya

Semenya, with the backing of the South African Athletics federation, has turned to the Lausanne-based CAS in her challenge of IAAF rules

Biya’s backers deny Cameroon in chaos at rally in restive region

The southwest, along with the northwest, has been torn by two-years of clashes between English-speaking fighters and government forces

Curfew in anglophone Cameroon ahead of ‘independence’ anniversary

The anniversary on Monday will kick off a crucial week for the country which heads to the polls next Sunday

MTN affair casts shadow over Nigeria’s economy, say analysts

In a shock announcement last Wednesday, the Central Bank of Nigeria ordered MTN to repay $8.13-billion

May kicks off first Africa tour as British PM

May is facing pressure at home from so-called Remainers sceptical of her ability to forge trade deals once Britain severs ties with Brussels

England snap losing streak

Having led 6-3 at half-time, England fell a point behind in the second half before captain Farrell and winger May took the game away from the Boks

South Africa beats England 23-12 to clinch rugby Test series

The Springboks clawed to a 13-12 half-time advantage and dominated a second half in which England rarely looked like scoring

Ramaphosa admits ‘disunity’ as Zuma fights exit

With Zuma refusing a party request to resign, the ANC's national executive committee will meet on Monday.

As Cape Town drought bites, what is ‘Day Zero’?

"Day Zero" is the day when city officials will be forced to cut off the normal water supply to more than one-million households.

Panic and blame as Cape Town braces for water shut-off

Reservoirs around Cape Town, in the grip of its worst drought for a century, have gone largely unreplenished for more than three years

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