BBC News - Africa
Sudanese protest icon Alaa Salah tells the BBC of her unexpected fame after demonstrating against the country’s former leader.
The treatment, developed over 30 years, is the first to give partial protection to children, WHO says.
The French police and the Tunisian Football Federation are looking into suspicious betting patterns involving football matches in Tunisia.
The driver reportedly ploughed into the procession because it was blocking the road in northern Nigeria.
Nine-year-old chef Sammy started cooking two years ago and now works with local orphanages in Lagos.
It is a topic shrouded in shame, but traction alopecia may affect one-third of women of African descent.
Nigeria Football Federation is helping Arsenal's Kelechi Nwakali deal with a visa issue that has seen him stranded in the country since March.
Photographers at female-run non-profit Lensational have explored the untold stories of women in Africa making a living from environmental preservation.
Wilfried Zaha is happy to stay at Crystal Palace despite saying he wants to play in the Champions League, manager Roy Hodgson says.
Neil Warnock likens Mohamed Salah to Olympic diver Tom Daley after the Liverpool forward earns a penalty to help his side beat Cardiff City.
A child known as Baby A became the subject of a high court case that has prompted Kenya to start changing its approach to intersex children.
A photographer breaks stereotypes in Senegal to show that men can be seen in public caring for their children.
Photographer Sanlé Sory spent 25 years documenting night life in the West African country of Burkina Faso.
Why women in Sudan have taken anti-government demonstrations to heart by using Facebook to expose abuse.
Amid a court case about discrimination on the basis of a hairstyle, what's the state of Kenyan hair?
Photographer Annie Risemberg documents the French bread bakeries that are ubiquitous in Bamako, Mali.