YAOUNDE (Reuters) - Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari began a two-day visit to Cameroon on Wednesday in a bid to soothe fractious ties between the West African neighbours and strengthen cooperation against Islamist militant group Boko Haram.
LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - A Sudanese man died on Wednesday as migrants desperate to enter Britain from France stormed the channel tunnel entrance and British ministers and security chiefs held an emergency meeting to try to tackle the growing crisis.
HWANGE, Zimbabwe (Reuters) - Two Zimbabweans who were paid $50,000 by an American hunter who killed 'Cecil', the southern African country's best-known lion, arrived in court on Wednesday to face poaching charges, in a case that has triggered widespread revulsion at trophy hunting.
MAPUTO (Reuters) - South African power utility Eskom could import some electricity from Mozambique to fill a supply gap in Africa's most advanced economy, a coal conference heard on Tuesday.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - A takeover battle to create a $1.5 billion private education giant in South Africa is pitting shareholders against parents and exposing tensions over race, language and ethnicity two decades after the end of apartheid.