A "forgotten" coffee plant that grows in warmer conditions could help ensure the drink's future.
A new proposed new European Super League could see Ivory Coast lose five players from its international squad.
Phillip Lühl was told he must take a paternity test before returning home with his new-born twins.
University buildings and a historic windmill have been destroyed in the blaze.
Uganda and Tanzania have signed a $3.5bn oil pipeline deal which is to create up 10,000 jobs.
Everyone views each other as a person they can get something from, Tsitsi Dangarembga says.
Eleven people were killed and 98 injured when four carriages of a train derailed north of Cairo.
Our correspondent on what it's been like to cover the 10 years since Colonel Gaddafi was deposed and killed.
The blaze has so far destroyed part of a cafe at the Rhodes Memorial above the city of Cape Town.
Police block major roads in the capital Nairobi to enforce an overnight ban on movement.
South Africans are mourning Dr Sindi van Zyl who helped thousands through her social media work.
The militants claiming of a recent attack got publicity but they may not have actually been behind it.
The story of the first South African Grand Prix, and the nail-biting title showdown between Graham Hill and Jim Clark.
TB Joshua is one of Africa's most influential evangelists, with top politicians among his followers.
Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been treated in hospital after he contracted malaria while on international duty with Gabon.
Caster Semenya says she will not attempt to qualify for the 200m at the Tokyo Olympics after defending her national 5,000m title.
Senegal has successfully reduced HIV but infection remains high among gay men.
With 100 days to go until Tokyo 2020 Africa's Olympic climbers are optimistic The Games can boost their sport on the continent.
Hundreds of students have been abducted in northern Nigeria, leading many schools to close.
Former Zimbabwe captain Heath Streak is banned from all cricket for eight years for corruption offences.