The story of hydroxychloroquine, the anti malarial drug touted by some and dismissed by others.
Ibrahim Diallo describes what life as a black software engineer has been like for him.
Aba Tilahun, who is 114 according to his family, was discharged after two weeks of treatment.
How Liverpool's first top flight title in England for 30 years was powered by African players.
The police order the arrest of the officers involved, as they come under scrutiny for excessive force.
A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent and beyond.
The coronavirus crisis is transforming and speeding up the evolution of Africa’s supply chains.
Official results are not yet declared but the state broadcaster says Lazarus Chakwera is the victor.
Top Nigerian chess player Oladapo Adu has been stuck in Ivory Coast for 12 weeks after being unable to meet a connecting plane before lockdown began.
More than 2,000 people died in an area where decades of conflict have led to widespread mistrust.
A great white shark swimming in Plettenberg Basy, South Africa caused surfers to head to shore.
East African truckers are accused of being Covid-19 super spreaders in the region during lockdown.
Locust-trackers in Kenya are fighting to control the country's worst invasion of locusts for more than 70 years.
A Nigerian photographer reimagines Yoruba fashion from the 1970s.
Saniniu Laizer sold two Tanzanite stones, with a combined weight of 15kg, for $3.4m.
Joice Etutu explains why Covid-19 vaccine trials in Africa are both important and controversial.
Armed men reportedly stormed the compound and destroyed a building under construction.
Lesotho's Kick4Life FC say they will be the first top flight club in the world to pay the same to their men's and women's teams.
Zimbabwe's first film to be featured on the streaming service is a tale of hope in a chaotic country.
Belly Mujinga's husband says the Black Lives Matter protesters are helping to keep her case going.