BBC - Afrique / Africa
"Shocking" killing of aid workers is causing charities to re-assess famine relief in South Sudan.
A judge says no evidence warrants detaining the pregnant woman and frees her after five weeks in custody.
Tanzania's president "loves" a rap song which had led to the arrest of the artist, who is now free.
The migrants had been hoping to reach Italy when the boat capsized off Egypt's coast last September.
About 40 were killed when a police convoy was ambushed in the central province of Kasai.,
Nigeria's friendly with Burkina Faso on Monday in London is called off after several Burkina Faso players fail to gain entry visas for the UK.
Ex-Congolese militia leader ordered to pay $1m (£800,000), but he is broke.
What's Up Africa: Were customs officers left a little red-faced at Johannesburg Airport?
Lufefe Nomjana grows, bakes and sells healthy spinach bread and juices in his local community.
An astrologer in South Africa is fighting to get "magic" mushrooms legalised for use in spiritual ceremonies.
The Ivorian farmers benefiting from a unique, but labour intensive, blend of compost.
Audifax Byiringiro, a Rwandan cricketer, tells his harrowing story of escaping the 1994 genocide and how cricket has helped play a part in the healing process.
Small-scale tobacco farmers in Zimbabwe have little to invest due to poor profit margins and a weak economy.
A former member of Ghana's coaching team, Gerard Nus, ends his sit-in protest as he is paid all his bonuses by the football association.
Watford striker Isaac Success is determined to help Nigeria qualify for the 2018 World Cup after making his senior debut for the Super Eagles.
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