This Kenyan woman was rejected by friends and family after being diagnosed with cervical cancer.
A parliamentary committee aims to establish the extent of diamond plundering in Zimbabwe.
Commonwealth leaders agree that Prince Charles will be the next head of the organisation, BBC understands.
An Algerian woman is denied citizenship for refusing to shake the hand of an official.
One witness told the US court how he had ordered the heart of a captive to be cooked for his fighters.
Fifa imposes a fine on the Lao Football Federation for trafficking African youngsters with the help of information supplied by BBC Sport.
Many Commonwealth countries have laws in place that criminalise homosexuality.
Challenges lay ahead for Africa's airlines as they are granted greater access to the continent.
Commonwealth leaders are meeting to discuss their next head with the Queen backing Prince Charles.
The president of the DR Congo Football Federation Constant Omari is released from detention but is ordered not to leave the country.
The East African Community has recommended that people in the region wear colourful cotton fabric on Fridays.
Cyril Ramaphosa leaves the Commonwealth summit in London to deal with violent clashes at home.
Four of the world's top male distance runners battle it out at the London marathon.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Chelsea maintain their push for a top-four finish in the Premier League with a 2-1 victory at European hopefuls Burnley.
Swaziland's king has decided to change the country's name to eSwatini, but what does this entail?
Bulgarain club Slavia Sofia sacks Kenya international Aboud Omar for insulting the club's coaching staff and his team-mates.
King Mswati III declares a name change at events celebrating independence and his 50th birthday.
Former Everton striker Daniel Amokachi substitutes himself on to the pitch and scores twice in a 4-1 FA Cup semi-final win over Tottenham in 1995.
Crowd violence sees eight of Tunisia's 14 top-flight teams end their seasons behind closed doors but officials confident World Cup will not be affected.