Five-time African champions TP Mazembe of DR Congo announce plans to construct a 50,000 seat stadium next year.
The Nigeria Football Federation puts Super Eagles assistant coach Salisu Yusuf in charge of local team Enugu Rangers
Rwanda's ambitious bid to tackle cervical cancer is inspiring other African countries to follow suit.
Falesi Mwajomba and a group of cervical cancer survivors are encouraging other women to get screened.
The Benin bronze, known as an "okukor", was bequeathed to Jesus College in Cambridge in 1930.
Zimbabwe defender Teenage Hadebe has been unable tot ravel back to his Turkish base as he struggles to get his passport renewed.
The UN mission says it will investigate the killing of a man during protests in the city of Beni.
German Carolin Braun is the first female coach to sit on the bench for Botswana.
Former Cameroon forward Pierre Webo joins Turkish side Istanbul Basaksehir as an assistant coach.
The truck landed on the woman's car in the city of Port Elizabeth, leaving her trapped inside.
Egypt's two-time Africa Cup of Nations winner Hany Said retires from football aged 39.
As Islamist militant violence escalates France wants the the rest of Europe to join the deadly fight.
A prison doctor was also arrested over an alleged role in enabling a scammer to operate while in jail.
Club Bruges enjoy their equaliser at Galatasaray so much, they have two players sent off for celebrating.
Cameroon legend Samuel Eto'o says he wants to give back to Africa after completing his studies at Harvard Business School in the USA.
The board at Egyptian club Zamalek confirms it will not send the team to Qatar to play in February's African Super Cup.
A 50,000 seat stadium in Guinea's capital Conakry is finally hosting football matches eight years after building work was completed.
The Kenya Starlets beat Tanzania's Kilimanjaro Queens 2-0 to win 2019 regional Cecafa Senior Women's Challenge Cup.
The thirteen were killed during an operation against jihadists, the French presidential office says.
Nigerian author and Nobel prize winner Prof Wole Soyinka was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2014.