The global coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 59 million people and killed neary 1.4 million. Here are the updates for November 23:
Tanzania restarted matches on Saturday, after suspending 20-club national championship in mid-March as Covid-19 outbreak began to wreak havoc throughout Africa.
Ruling party's Evariste Ndayishimiye wins with 68.72 percent of the vote while his main opposition rival Agathon Rwasa bags 24.19 percent of vote share, election commission says.
President Pierre Nkurunziza will step down after 15 years, leading way to the first competitive presidential election since a civil war erupted in 1993.
The expulsion comes after WHO Africa raised concerns about crowded political rallies and the potential dangers they posed for spreading the coronavirus.
In Africa, authorities claim they have been "spared by God" or have simply been saved by the low volume of air traffic to their countries. However, some fear it is simply a lack of testing.
Many Rwandan refugees continue to refuse returning home despite a UN decision to terminate their refugee status. They fear state reprisals but Kigali says only those with 'criminal records' aren't returning.
Burundi police reported that they had killed 14 DR Congo based RED-Tabara rebels during an incursion in Burundi territory, while the rebels claimed they killed dozens of police officers.
The agreement sparked fears among some refugees they might be forced home despite assurances from both governments and the United Nations that would not happen.
As both Burundi and Rwanda mark 57 years of independence on July 1, how have two countries that share so much found themselves in such radically different situations?
As a leading investor in the African continent, Beijing aims to reap more and more benefits from the mineral-rich continent but the fast changing reality on the ground may throw up major hurdles.
Belgium officially acknowledges responsibility for segregation policy under which 'metis' children were seized from Congo, part of its brutal 80 years of African colonisation.
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