Have Zimbabwe's generals turned into democrats? Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionSibusiso Moyo: Zimbabwe 'will not repeat its mistakes' In his well-cut suit, with outstretched hand and beaming smile, Sibusiso Moyo is the very picture of a modern politician.
He speaks softly, smoothly and pauses to listen as if he had spent years on campaign trails listening to the supplications of constituents. His desk is covered with papers waiting to be read and signed.
We meet at the start of what will be another long day for Zimbabwe's foreign minister. Waiting in another room is the Russian trade delegation.
There will be more meetings after that for Mr Moyo: diplomats, civil servants, and the possibility that the phone on his desk will ring with a summons from President Emmerson Mnangagwa - whose office is five minutes away in another part of the building.
The president has declared Zimbabwe "open for business" and it is Mr Moyo's job to make ..
Medecins Sans Frontieres staff 'used local prostitutes' Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The charity employs thousands of health professionals and logistical staff, most hired locally Aid workers at charity Medecins Sans Frontieres used local prostitutes while working in Africa, whistleblowers have told the Victoria Derbyshire programme.
Female former employees said the behaviour was widespread.
One said a senior colleague said it was possible to barter medication in exchange for sex.
The charity said it does not tolerate "abuse, harassment or exploitation". The use of prostitutes is banned by MSF under its strict code of conduct.
The women spoke anonymously for fear of being blacklisted by foreign aid agencies, among which there can be a large crossover of staff.
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionWhistleblowers tell the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme the behaviour was widespread The allegations were made against logistical staff,..
Algeria turns off internet for high school exams Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Education Minister Nouria Benghabrit said the country could not "passively" accept any leaks Algeria has turned off its internet nationwide during high school exams in a bid to tackle cheating.
Internet service, both mobile and fixed line, will go off for an hour after the start of each high school diploma exam to stop any leaks.
Blackouts will continue throughout the exam season, from 20-25 June.
The move follows widespread cheating 2016, with questions leaked online before and during tests.
As a result, the authorities asked internet service providers to stop social media access last year, but the voluntary measures were not enough.
Education Minister Nouria Benghabrit told Algerian newspaper Annahar that Facebook would be blocked across the country throughout the entire period.
Ms Benghabrit said while they are "not comfortable" with the decision, "we should not passively stand in front of s..
How Senegal's coach Aliou Cisse became a meme Image copyright Getty Images Senegal's coach not only led his team to victory last night - he also became a meme.
Aliou Cisse provided what has been dubbed "one of the great World Cup coaching celebrations" - a fist-pump perfect for a reaction gif.
The memeable moment came as Senegal secured their first win at the 2018 World Cup against Poland.
The former Portsmouth midfielder's reactions from the side of the pitch have proved a hit with the internet.
Skip Twitter post by @NutmegRadio Senegal's Aliou Cissé with one of the great World Cup coaching celebrations. You may meme this if you would like, internets. pic.twitter.com/zVkaWiotky
— Miriti Murungi (@NutmegRadio) June 19, 2018 Report End of Twitter post by @NutmegRadio
Skip Twitter post by @DanMolloyTV Aliou Cissé is me when there's free food at work pic.twitter.com/n9cAyF58IC
— Dan Molloy (@DanMolloyTV) June 19, 2018 Report End of Twitter post by @DanMolloyTV..
Boris Becker 'CAR diplomatic immunity' claim descends into confusion Image copyright AFP Image caption Boris Becker says the legal action being taken against him is "unjustified and unjust" Confusion surrounds a claim by former tennis champion Boris Becker that he holds diplomatic status on behalf of the Central African Republic (CAR).
He asserted last week in London that his appointment as a diplomat by the CAR gave him protection from legal action in a bankruptcy case.
The CAR embassy in Belgium confirmed it had issued him a diplomatic passport.
However, a top official in the CAR foreign ministry told a French news agency the passport was fake.
Cherubin Moroubama told AFP the serial number on the document matched one of a batch of "new passports that were stolen in 2014".
He added that the passport, dated 19 March 2018, does not bear the signature or the stamp of the foreign minister.
CAR foreign minister Charles Armel Doubane later told Reuters an inquiry was being launch..