The fire gutted a warehouse building amid a violent presidential election campaign.
Newly elected federation president Seidou Mbombo Njoya promises 'transparency' as he bids to rebuild the credibility of football in Cameroon.
Ethiopia brings together the more than 80 national or ethnic groups that live in the country in a celebration of diversity.
Claudiah Wanjiru says that after a difficult journey her scars have made her beautiful.
Morocco will not bid to host the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations says the country's Minister of Youth and Sport Rachid Talbi Alami
The government dismisses a BBC investigation into detention centres as "fake news".
Liverpool defender Joel Matip could be out for up to six weeks as he needs surgery on a fractured collarbone.
Police fired at opposition supporters in the southern city of Lubumbashi, rights activists say.
Former CAR militia leader Edouard Ngaïssona is arrested over alleged crimes against humanity.
A government-backed scheme for supplying medicine brings accusations of a "high-tech vanity project".
Caf confirm that the 2018 African Super Cup, between Esperance and Raja Casablanca, will be played in Qatar - moving away from Africa for the first time.
South Africa international Keagan Dolly takes a step closer to a Montpellier comeback after returning to training following knee surgery.
Senegal and Getafe forward Amath Diedhiou Ndiaye faces a race to be fit for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations after undergoing surgery on a knee ligament injury
Environmentalists oppose the plan to build the plant in one of East Africa's best-known game reserves.
Sierra Leone striker Kei Kamara says he is 'excited' about playing for Major League Soccer (MLS) club Colorado Rapids after moving on a two-year deal.
Joseph Warungu says the struggle for gender equality in Kenyan politics is failing on many fronts.
Five years ago, Daniel lost everything to Ebola. Now he's training to become a doctor.
Mohamed Salah produces another moment of quality to fire Liverpool into the Champions League knockout phase and eliminate Napoli in the process.
Prosecutors accuse ex-teacher Wenceslas Twagirayezu of leading a militia during the 100-day massacre.
Sales of the vests are restricted to stop copycat protests on the anniversary of the 2011 uprising.