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BBC News Africa 50m
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BBC News Africa 2h
Libya crisis: UN warns battle for Tripoli is 'start of a bloody war'
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BBC News Africa 3h
Voting is underway in πŸ‡²πŸ‡ΌMalawi - Focus on Africa joins the Malawians who in their millions are cueing outside polling stations across the country πŸ‡²πŸ‡Ό
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BBC News Press Team 8h
looks at the hidden lives of 'housegirls' in - watch here:
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Rob Wilson 14h
β€œIs it empty?!” the polling officer asks the queue of waiting voters. Twice, for good measure.
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Larry Madowo 14h
Polls have opened across Malawi with nearly 7 million registered voters. This is St Thomas Commercial School in Lilongwe
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BBC News Africa 9h
Replying to @WHO
According to , 1% of the world population has schizophrenia - but data around the illness is not comprehensive. To learn more about the illness and for more stories, visit the link below.
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BBC News Africa 10h
"I’m scared of telling the grandchildren that I’m mentally sick." Chanel stayed in a mental health hospital for 16 years. After keeping her history of mental illness a secret, she’s finally ready to tell her grand-daughter.
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BBC News Africa 14h
Nigerian activists cautiously welcome big environmental promise by the government. But when will the promised action actually begin?
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BBC News Africa 15h
Today’s African : The chicken frowns at the cooking pot, ignoring the knife that killed it. An Igbo proverb sent by Chux, Douala, Cameroun. How do you interpret this proverb?
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BBC News Africa 18h
Malawi election: Voters weigh up choice in close race
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BBC News Africa May 20
Ahmed Abiy hosts glitzy fundraising dinner for the elite
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BBC News Africa May 20
Replying to @huseinMahadh
We can bee-lieve that 😜
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BBC News Africa May 20
"I want to restock back the fish that we have depleted in Lake Malawi." Force Ngwira works for conservation group , which has been working to save baby fish from mosquito nets and other illegal fishing gear being used in Lake Malawi.
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BBC News Africa May 20
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BBC News Africa May 20
It's ! So we're pretty buzzed to share this unusual story again... 😜🐝
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BBC News Africa May 20
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Thanks for watching πŸ™ŒπŸΎπŸ’–πŸ™πŸΎ
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BBC News Africa May 18
"I wish Ivy's death could be just a sacrifice so that no other girls die." Ivy Wangechi's mother Winfred is one of many mothers mourning their daughters this year in Kenya, where femicide - the killing of a female on account of her gender - is said to be on the rise.
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BBC News Africa May 20
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BBC News Africa May 20
Ahead of Malawi’s elections tomorrow, our reporter David Amanor has been chasing that crucial interview. Did he succeed? Tune into Focus on Africa at 1500 and 1700 GMT to find out
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