Cyclone Idai and floods in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawai have killed at least 732 people and left thousands in desperate need of help, many on rooftops and trees.
Attackers dressed as traditional Dogon hunters targeted Fulani herders in the villages of Ogossagou and Welingara in Mopti region, officials say.
Attack ends on a government building in Somalia's capital Mogadishu, police say, adding those killed also include deputy labour minister Saqar Ibrahim Abdalla.
A $150-cost technology founded by a young Tanzanian investor helps to stop a wave of car thefts, which are fueled by the black market for stolen parts in the country.
The WFP has declared the flood crisis in Mozambique a level three emergency, putting it on a par with Yemen, Syria and South Sudan.
Protesters demand immediate resignation of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who is fighting for his political survival in the face of relentless protests and the desertion of long-time allies.
The deaths occurred after a head-on collision between two buses in Bono East region with local media saying the driver of one of the buses lost control after falling asleep.
A swathe of southern Africa scrambled for survival following a powerful cyclone that killed hundreds of people in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Malawi, and displaced thousands of others.
Torrential rains were expected to continue into Thursday and floodwaters were still rising, according to aid groups trying to get food, water and clothing to desperate survivors.
Dozens of venues, including the Association of Visual Arts Gallery and the converted grain silos of the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art (MOCAA), are catering to aficionados seeking a good investment as well as the general public.
A space for meditation, Bawabat attracts people from all walks of life as the healing community inspires them to leave their traumas and worries behind and hope for all good things in life.
Cyclone Idai could prove to be the deadliest storm in generations to hit the impoverished southeast African country of 30 million people.
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