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Gambia series part 3/3: French language
04/03/2015 - International report

Gambia series part 3/3: French language

Gambia is surrounded on three sides by the Francophone nation of Senegal.
Senegal's President Macky Sall, France's François Hollande, Gabonese Ali Bongo and Côte d'Ivoire Alassane Ouattara at the Paris conference
07/02/2015 - Reort: France - Africa

France scrambles for ‘New Deal’ with Africa at Paris conference

All eyes were firmly on Africa at the France-Africa forum, which ended on Friday.
Casamance series part 3/5: Tourism
04/02/2015 - International report

Casamance series part 3/5: Tourism

The Casamance region of Senegal has the ominus reputation of being the theatre of Africa's longest running civil conflict.
Casamance series part 2/5: Agriculture
03/02/2015 - International report

Casamance series part 2/5: Agriculture

The Casamance region of Senegal has the ominus reputation of being the theatre of Africa's longest running civil conflict.
Casamance series part 1/5: Leper Villages
02/02/2015 - International report

Casamance series part 1/5: Leper Villages

The Casamance region of Senegal has the ominus reputation of being the theatre of Africa's longest running civil conflict.
A Ghana fan, Mongomo, 27 January 2015.
29/01/2015 - Report: Africa Cup of Nations 2015

Guinea and Mali have a date with destiny at the Malabo Hilton

Five things we learned from day 12.

South Africa play Zambia in a CAN 2015 preparatory match
28/01/2015 - Report: Africa Cup of Nations 2015

South Africa’s panache and pace not enough to stay in CAN 2015

It is a truth universally acknowledged that football is unfair. Indecorous, perhaps, to plunder the lambent literary style of Jane Austen, in order to illuminate the ebbs and flows of the sport.
Senegal's Papa Diop Koulygrabs the shirt of Algeria's Yacine Brahimi.
28/01/2015 - Report: Africa Cup of Nations 2015

Pitch problems cause relocation, Senegal, Algeria, Ghana through to quarter-finals at CAN day 11

Quarter-final venues were reshuffled, aesthetic pyrotechnics could not save South Africa and established teams reasserted their supremacy on day 11 at the Africa Cup of Nations (CAN).

Guinea's team celebrate a goal against Côte d'Ivoire.
28/01/2015 - Report: Africa Cup of Nations 2015

Guinea’s Elephants defiant ahead of Mali match

Samuel Eto’o hobbled like an old man near a corner post after a goal for Chelsea against Tottenham in March 2014, it was hailed as a cheeky riposte to his manager José Mourinho who had ...
Ghana's Christian Atsu challenges Algeria's Faouzi Ghoulam during their match in Mongomo on 23 January, 2015
24/01/2015 - Report: Africa Cup of Nations 2015

Ghana moves ahead after Algeria defeat in day seven of CAN

Five things we learned from day seven.

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