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Don't panic, Nigerian governor says, as bank shake-out looms

Breaking the central bankers' taboo on use of the 'p-word', Nigeria's Godwin Emefiele is urging people not to panic about the banking system, saying he is on top of any trouble resulting from the worst crisis in Africa's biggest economy for decades.

Who is setting Kenya's schools on fire?

Dozens of secondary schools across Kenya have been deliberately set on fire, but as the authorities struggle to pinpoint why, fractious relations between pupils, teachers and a controversial education minister offer clues.

Zimbabwe police arrest war veterans' spokesman: lawyers

Police have arrested a leader of Zimbabwe's war veterans after they accused President Robert Mugabe of "dictatorial" behaviour in an exceptional show of dissent, lawyers said Thursday.

What we can learn from communities in Nigeria on how to improve security

It is glaringly obvious across the world that state capacity to prevent crime and provide security is becoming overstretched and inadequate.

Congo opposition chief comes home as crisis looms

Congo's veteran opposition chief Etienne Tshisekedi returned home after a two-year absence to a warm welcome from large crowds Wednesday as the mineral-rich African nation heads into fresh turbulence.