- Though BDP won, its majority is smaller than in the last parliament.
- Michael Jefferson, who competed on "Survivor: One World," will return to television on Discovery Channel's "Naked and Afraid."
- Cluster-bomb remnants have been found in South Sudan, but it's hard to determine who is responsible.
- Although armed rebels no longer threaten the country’s famous Virunga National Park, which is rebounding, threats persist.
- A new fiber-optic cable network in Uganda brings hope to techies in Africa -- and to Google's plan to wire the developing world.
- African leaders decided Saturday to push for an amendment barring the International Criminal Court from trying sitting heads of state.
- NBC Sports and the Outdoor Channel have both dropped the NRA-sponsored “Under Wild Skies,” which aired an episode in which its host, Tony Makris, killed an African elephant.
- Big retailers like Wal-Mart and Carrefour are looking to take advantage of Africa's increasing wealth.
- Heightened union unrest and tricky negotiations this summer plus the August 2012 Marikana mining massacre have scared away investors.
- More than one-half (53 percent) of Malawians live below the poverty line, while more than 90 percent of the population lives on less than $2 per day.
- Swaziland has failed to produce enough food to feed itself for the past four decades.
- An estimated 4,500 lions remain in Zambia, while the leopard population is unknown.
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