Leicester City had a 5,000 to one chance of winning the English league title. The past week has taught us that very improbable things do happen
The 680m long bridge is the longest cable stayed bridge in East Africa
En Afrique de l’Est, l’influence arabe sur la cuisine est flagrante
America's #1 right wing detective goes to Kenya to unravel all Obama secrets
It was the kind of dramatic, morally ambiguous, 24-hour saga that Twitter is perfect for
Too close for comfort?
The Italians had stopped to attend to a mechanical problem with their vehicle.
Televangelist in 2012 reportedly predicted the death of a president in southern Africa; Mutharika's brother Bingu died within the timeframe.
“The advantage of being bisexual is that it doubles your chances for a date on Saturday night"
A social media blackout is thwarted by proxy networks, and some make a new discovery - that lunch and teargas travel faster than ballot boxes
Forget what they say about money making the world go round - nations have risen and fallen on the account of a beautiful woman.
L'Afrique sera le marché connaissant la croissance la plus rapide pour la bière et d'autres boissons alcoolisées dans les quatre prochaines années
It is claimed to be the first vehicle to have been seen by a third of Earth's population
Charles Ble Goude is in some ways similar to South Africa's Julius Malema--combative, popular and a love for luxury.
Culture is dynamic, and naming conventions are subject to change too. In fact, they could be a fairly reliable barometer of a changing continent.
Footballers and hip-hop artists are the most popular folks - and a little bit of controversy and scandal will get you noticed too
Since the 1960s, nearly two-thirds of African elections have resulted in victory for the incumbent, though there have been some notable defeats too
When South African comedian Trevor Noah joked that Donald Trump might be America’s first "African" president, he might have been on to something
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