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Death toll in attack on Kenyan university rises to 14

The death toll in an attack by gunmen on a Kenyan university campus near the border with Somalia has risen to 14, a police officer at the scene said.

Buhari in his own words

Muhammadu Buhari, 72, is Nigeria's president-elect after an election that made him the first opposition candidate to win office in the country's history.

SA troops to stay in DRC and Sudan until March 2016

President Jacob Zuma has extended the deployment of South African National Defence Force (SANDF) troops working with the United Nations and African Union in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Sudan by another year.

'Strongman' for Nigeria

Thousands of people spilled into the streets of northern Nigeria's biggest city, Kano, yesterday to celebrate as opposition presidential candidate Muhammadu Buhari claimed victory in the election.

Kenya corruption watchdog makes allegations against 175 officials

Kenya's anti-graft watchdog published a report detailing corruption allegations against 175 government officials on Tuesday, with some cases involving multi-billion-dollar Chinese-backed infrastructure projects.

Inside the SA prison no one has ever escaped from

No one has escaped from South Africa's most secure prison, C-Max in Kokstad, an eerie world of solid barriers, security cameras and handcuffed prisoners in single cells. The Sunday Times goes inside.

Iran nuclear chief says 'lots of progress made', 'sunrise is close'

Iran's nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi said Thursday "lots of progress" had been made in all-night nuclear talks with world powers in Switzerland, telling reporters during a short break that "sunrise is close".