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South African President Ramaphosa says outbreak will get worse
Cyril Ramaphosa said the worst is still ahead while announcing an ease in lockdown measures.

Coronavirus in South Africa: Outbreak closes Mponeng gold mine
South Africa's Mponeng gold mine only resumed operations in April following a national lockdown.

Rwanda genocide: How Félicien Kabuga evaded capture for 26 years
Félicien Kabuga outwitted Rwandan genocide prosecutors by using 28 aliases and powerful connections.

Coronavirus and children: 'I can't hug my mum any more'
Life for children whose parents work on the frontline against Covid-19 has changed.

African solutions to the coronavirus crisis
African firms tell the BBC how they are solving problems caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Music star Mory Kanté dies aged 70
The singer, who helped bring African music to world audiences with hits like Yéké Yéké, dies in Guinea.

Augustin Bizimana: Remains of top Rwanda genocide suspect found
Augustin Bizimana was defence minister when about 800,000 people were killed in 100 days.

Coronavirus in Africa: Ghana WW2 in a Covid-19 fundraiser
Private Joseph Hammond is fundraising for frontline workers and vulnerable veterans across Africa.

Coronavirus in Sudan exposes new leaders
Some medics have refused to work and elderly people have been dying, writes Zeinab Mohammed Salih.

Coronavirus in Tanzania: What do we know?
President Magufuli says cases are falling, but the government hasn't released new official figures. What do we know?

The Egyptian couple trapped on never-ending honeymoon
A Dubai-based couple are still stuck at a deserted resort, more than two months after their wedding.

Africa didn't dither but faces long coronavirus fight
How the continent's sense of vulnerability may help it adapt to yet another deadly disease.

'We were beaten and forced to drink urine'
Opposition activists, including an MP, say they were beaten and forced to drink urine by state agents.

Letter from Africa: Spare a thought for stranded migrants
Ismail Einashe writes that migrants are facing a tougher time since the outbreak of coronavirus.

Lockdown: South African actors create a hit online soap opera
A group of South African actors in lockdown are making a hit online soap opera from their homes.

Ugandan and Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Denis Onyango on how he is working to keep fit.
Ugandan and Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Denis Onyango is still working hard to keep fit, despite the uncertainty surrounding the return of football in South Africa.

Teranga, a Naples nightclub helping migrants overcome trauma
Teranga provides a safe space for migrants to dance and overcome their journey to Europe.

Coronavirus: South Africans in massive queues for food parcels
Aerial footage shows thousands of people in snaking lines hoping to get supplies.

Coronavirus: South Africa's alcohol and cigarette lockdown
In South Africa, illegal sellers are defying the prohibition on buying alcohol and cigarettes.

Coronavirus: What does Covid-19 mean for African democracy?
What does Covid-19 mean for the 20 national elections scheduled in Africa in 2020?

Dance in your front room with Strictly Come Dancing's Oti Mabuse
Strictly Come Dancing winner Oti Mabuse is here to make your home workout a perfect 10, with a mixture of dance-related exercises.

Local Housing

This is one of the main issues facing local people. The inadequacy of social housing stock continues to be the main concerns of local people. And it is getting worst.

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Drugs And Illegal Substances

Taking illegal drug is always fraught with danger. You don't need me to tell you that - your grand mother will say the same. The high very often tend to perpetual low that you will never get out from. Get advise now before it is too late

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Knife Attacks

Who goes around with a knive as weapon of protection is deluded. It will inevitably be your comeuppance. Just in case you do not understand, it will kill you. There is no justification for carrying a knive excerpt when you are foraging in the jungle.

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Gang Culture

We were all young once - doing things adults will frown upon. This was at school or in the play grounds. But as we grew up, people we wanted to associate with start to shrink in numbers as our brain matured correspondingly and as a result doing the right thing. Pick your friends judiciously.

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Local Parks

From a personal experience - the local park is a refuge for meditation,physical exploration and mental rejuvination. Just go for a slow run and see how you feel afterwards. Physical and mentally rewarding. Don't just take my words for it - it is a scientific fact. Please do try it.

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