Kenyan Josephine Muchilwa lost her chef's job and then her business but is now trying something else.
Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman hits a stunning 193 but South Africa win the second one-day international by 17 runs to level the series.
Survivors and their family members recount what happened when Islamist militants targeted Palma.
Egypt's pioneering ship captain has been targeted over false rumours about her role in the incident.
Zamalek grab a vital win to keep their African Champions League quarter-final hopes alive as holders Al Ahly and Simba book a spot in the last eight.
The Cairo spectacle will see the remains of 18 kings and four queens taken to a new resting place.
South Africa has faced a wave of Covid misinformation, but volunteers are fighting back.
The sanctions against top prosecutor Fatou Bensouda were imposed by former President Donald Trump.
Five-time African champions TP Mazembe of DR Congo fail to make the Champions League quarter-finals after a 2-0 defeat away to Algeria's CR Belouizdad.
The G7 nations demand an investigation into reported human rights violations.
Mohamed Bazoum is to become the first elected leader to follow another since independence.
Mona Eltahawy says that Nawal El Saadawi's legacy continues in Africa's long the tradition of ‘feminist giants’.
Some staff fear the charity has not learnt the lessons of the 2018 Haiti scandal, the Times reports.
A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent.
A series of disturbing videos obtained by the BBC appear to show a massacre of unarmed civilians in Ethiopia.
A BBC Africa Eye investigation suggests the Ethiopian military was behind a massacre in Tigray.
British national Philip Mawer was working in Palma when it was stormed by militants last week.
Lupus symptoms vary from person to person which is why it's referred to as a ‘disease with 1000 faces’.
Togo has found a new way to send emergency cash to people struggling in the pandemic.
South Africa's winemakers hope for a brighter future after a very tough 12 months.