Behind the Commonwealth's allure as it welcomes Gabon and Togo into its ranks.
World number two Ons Jabeur, in her latest Wimbledon column, discusses how she loves breaking boundaries and why the 'Minister of Happiness' is one of her nicknames.
Zimbabwe go into the Rugby Africa Cup seeking a spot at next year's World Cup with their best days more than 30 years behind them.
Kwamboka Kibagendi is the first known intersex person in Kenya to vie for a competitive political seat.
Nigerian sprinter Blessing Okagbare is handed an extra one-year ban for doping violations on top of her existing 10-year suspension.
The global fertiliser shortage is driving up prices and raising fears of food scarcity.
Five men are jailed after killing a man with albinism as part of a plot to sell his body parts.
World number two Ons Jabeur comfortably progresses into the second round at Wimbledon with a straight sets victory over Mirjam Bjorklund.
England are defied by a splendid 150 from South Africa's Marizanne Kapp on day one of the one-off Test at Taunton.
At least 23 migrants died on Friday when a crowd tried to cross into Spain's North African enclave.
Most of the 21 who died in the sudden and unexplained incident were teenagers, the police minister says.
A BBC undercover investigation has exposed a human trafficking network smuggling disabled children from Tanzania to Kenya.
The force takes on mental health to help officers affected by stress - but for some it comes too late.
World champion Caster Semenya brands African athletics leaders "cowards" for failing to fight for female athletes facing eligibility issues.
The cause of the deaths remains unclear, and police say an investigation is ongoing.
Original Ife bronze heads, of which only some 20 survive, are thought to be about 700 years old.
A huge crowd of migrants tries to cross into Melilla in North Africa, with many killed and injured.
Sharon Juhl is not your ordinary clown, he is a medical clown bringing smiles to hospitalised children.
Diana Mwazi is one of many young Kenyans who see elections as a way to make money, not bring change.
DCI Neil Hibberd helped investigate the murder of David Tebbutt and the kidnap of his wife Jude.