One of Kenya's most controversial clerics is being buried on Tuesday after he died at the age of 89.
Photojournalist Chrystal Ding documented the treatment of survivors of the genocide in Rwanda.
Rwanda's President Paul Kagame says drones will become important for his nation, but can they really deliver?
Two doctors sparked outrage after suggesting a vaccine for coronavirus could be tested in Africa.
Residents said it was being built in a crowded residential area, too close to their homes.
Marathon superstar Eliud Kipchoge uses his time in isolation to look at his training records - as well as his own collection of trainers.
Police vans, not wedding cars, greet newlyweds who ignored South Africa's ban on public gatherings.
Funke Akindele has been sharply criticised on social media for celebrating with friends.
A Sudanese refugee is in custody after shoppers were attacked in the town of Romans-sur-Isère.
A newly-refurbished stadium in Lagos has been turned into a facility to help coronavirus victims - before a single game has been played there.
The two cousins were abducted as they walked home from school and now need major surgery.
Malawi was one of the last countries to record cases of coronavirus - the first were on Thursday.
Uplifting stories about African people doing exceptional things in the age of coronavirus.
It quizzes people outside suspected of flouting the North African nation's coronavirus restrictions.
BBC Africa's Joice Etutu tackles myths around Covid-19 that are being shared online on the continent.
Tunisian tennis star Ons Jabeur has told BBC Sport Africa that the cancellation of Wimbledon has left her "confused" about the remainder of the season.
Two French doctors spark anger by suggesting coronavirus vaccines be trialed in Africa.
The government seems to have acted faster than many other states to tackle Covid-19, writes Andrew Harding.
A selection of the best photos from across the continent this week.
Some places are yet to record a case - but what will they do if and when it arrives?