BBC News - Africa
Prosecutors launch an inquiry after cash in several currencies is found at Omar al-Bashir's residence
Nigeria and Angola qualify for the 2019 Fifa U-17 World Cup after reaching the semi-finals of the U-17 Africa Cup of Nations in Tanzania on Saturday.
Ivory Coast legend Yaya Toure has no immediate plans to retire from football and has not ruled out playing in the Middle East, United States or Asia.
Ghana's Jeffrey Schlupp is a big doubt for this year's Africa Cup of Nations after the Crystal Palace star confirms an injury has brought his season to an end.
The British supermodel says she was told a photo campaign would not be used because of the "colour of [her] skin".
President George Weah is working from home after two black snakes were found in his office building.
Arsenal forward Alex Iwobi wants to emulate his uncle, Jay-Jay Okocha, by winning the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt at the first attempt.
Walter Onnoghen is convicted of not declaring his assets and is banned from public office for 10 years.
The bones of the huge creature belong to a new species which roamed east Africa 20 million years ago.
Peter Tabichi from Kenya, who was named World's Best Teacher, shares what makes him stand out and what he hopes for teachers in Africa.
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.
The BBC's Alastair Leithead joins protesters in Sudan's capital, Khartoum. Demonstrations are continuing even though President Omar al-Bashir was forced to resign.
Women are often portrayed as peacemakers, but research suggests they can play an active role in extremism.
A photographer breaks stereotypes in Senegal to show that men can be seen in public caring for their children.
Aamin Ambulance service has become well known for being the first on the scene after a militant attack.
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?
The speaker of Zimbabwe's parliament wants MPs to get an education to ensure a better level of debate.
Photographer Annie Risemberg documents the French bread bakeries that are ubiquitous in Bamako, Mali.