Mankosi village has built it's own Wi-Fi to make internet access more affordable
How a village in rural South Africa is 'bridging the internet gap'
Libya has over 670,000 migrants according to UNHCR
Many face terrible danger and appalling living conditions
Boeing sued over Ethiopian Airlines crash
It's the first lawsuit since the incident where all 157 passengers on board perished
Kenya: Lawyers advocate for prisoner's rights
They demand an increase in prisoners work pay rate
Somali model makes Vogue history
Ikram Omar is one of the first hijabi women to grace the cover of Vogue magazine
Reports and analysis of the day's political, economic and sports news from across Africa.
South Africa: Government condemns latest wave of xenophobic attacks
Hundreds displaced since latest attacks against people from other African countries
Nigerians call for police unit to be disbanded
People have been using the hashtag #EndSARS to call for the unit to be disbanded
Algeria's President Bouteflika to quit by 28 April
The news comes after weeks of mass protests demanding his resignation
Vaccinations ready in cholera hit Mozambique
Over a thousand cases and one fatality have been reported so far
Saudi Arabia executes Nigerian woman
She was convicted for drug trafficking together with two Pakistani men and one Yemenite
Algeria's President resigns
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika resigns after weeks of mass protests
Algeria: What next?
Following President Bouteflika's resignation, who will take the top job?
Algeria protests turn into celebrations
Algerian protesters hungry for change
Demonstrators vow to keep piling on the pressure until the entire government is ousted.
Ethiopia: Pilots 'could not stop' nosedive says preliminary reports
Pilots "repeatedly" followed procedures recommended by Boeing the report says
Zimbabwe: Constitutional court bans caning
Described it as an inhuman form of punishment that has no place in a democratic society
Belgium apology for mixed-race kidnappings in colonial era
The "métis" children born to Belgian settlers and local women were forcibly taken
US revokes visa of ICC war crimes prosecutor
Fatou Bensouda had been investigating possible war crimes by US forces in Afghanistan
Libya's most powerful militia threatens to march on Tripoli
General Khalifa Haftar instructs Libyan forces to take the capital
Ethiopian Airlines crash: Boeing apology too late, says pilot's father.
Pilot's father shares his grief over losing son in flight crash last month
Libya crisis: Tripoli airport 'hit by an airstrike'
Flights at Mitiga International Airport were suspended and passengers were evacuated
Nigeria orders foreigners to leave mining areas
Nigeria's government bans mining in Zamfara state after a spate of deadly attacks
Sudan protest continues despite heavy clampdown of security services
Protesters are defying a curfew to call for the resignation of President Omar al-Bashir
Sudanese soldiers side with protesters
Some Sudanese soldiers turn to social media to show support for protesters
Algeria's interim president fails to appeal to protesters.
Algeria's Parliament elects Abdelkader Bensalah as interim president
Libya at a crossroads
General Haftar's forces control most of east of Libya and are now aiming at Tripoli.
South Sudanese leaders attend spiritual retreat at Vatican City
President Salva Kiir and vice president Riek Machar attend retreat hosted by Pope Francis
Zambian villagers can sue copper miner in UK
Zambians affected by pollution on the copper belt win the right to be heard in the UK
South Africa: ANC promises to discipline bookshop brawlers
The book launched had documented alleged corrupt practice by the ANC secretary general
Sudan's president Omar al-Bashir ousted and arrested
The defence minister made the announcement, ending nearly 30 years of being in power.
Sudanese politics: What happens next?
Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir has been forced from power after nearly 30 years
Pope Francis kisses feet of two rival leaders of South Sudan
President Salva Kiir and former rebel leader Riek Machar attended a retreat at the Vatican
Sudan coup: Military says it does not seek power
Protesters remain camped out in Khartoum, fearing coup leaders are too close to Mr Bashir
Algerian protests continue despite former president Mr Bouteflika's resignation
The anti-governmental protests began eight weeks ago
Militants abduct Cuban doctors in Kenya
Two Cuban doctors were kidnapped on the border between Somalia and Kenya
Kenya: Task force recommends intersex people as the third sex
This has been hailed as a big victory for Kenya's intersex community
Sudan: Protesters continue a 'sit in' outside army HQ
They are demanding that all vestiges of military rule be removed
Sudan: 15 day ultimatum issued for the military to step down
In spite of assurances by the new military council head, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan
Fighting over Tripoli 'leaves 174 dead'
At least 174 people have been killed and 758 have been wounded
Liberian consumers fear end of cheap calls
A ban on a call promotion may make mobile phone use unaffordable
AU gives Sudan military 15 days to transfer power to civilians
The military overthrew long-time ruler Omar al-Bashir last week
Sudan's al-Bashir is jailed
Sudan's ex-President Omar al-Bashir is taken into a maximum security jail.
Is the Kenyan police using Facebook to target criminal?
A suspected death squad is using Facebook to target suspected gang members
What fate for Sudan's former president al-Bashir?
Nigeria's top judge found guilty
A tribunal finds that Nigeria's top judge failed to declare his assets
Alarming malnutrition rates reported in Ethiopia's Gedeo region
Tens of thousands of internally displaced people (IDPs) in southern Ethiopia are affected
'Giant lion' fossil found in Kenyan museum drawer
The huge creature is thought to have roamed east Africa 20 million years ago
Prime Minister resigns over Mali violence
A vote of no confidence was submitted by MPs who blamed him for mishandling the unrest
South Africa: Church collapse during Easter service
At least 13 people have died and many injured
South Sudan rebel group threaten to withdraw from peace agreement
Despite the gesture of Pope Francis who kissed the feet of both factions last week
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