African football fans react the news that Manchester United have sacked their manager, Jose Mourinho.
Nigeria and Brighton defender Leon Balogun becomes the first African Premier League star to pledge 1% of his wages to the Common Goal charity
The Tottenham fan who threw a banana skin during the north London derby at Arsenal is fined and banned from football for four years.
Ibeyi is a band made up of two French-Cuban sisters, who often sing in the West African language Yoruba.
Kakuma, one of Kenya's biggest refugee camps, holds an annual talent show.
Thousands have signed a petition against Disney registering Swahili phrase "hakuna matata".
The advertising authority says a commercial showing an African conquering Europe is offensive.
Fifa bans the former president of The Gambia Football Federation Seedy Kinteh for four years after finding him guilty of corruption.
Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary, nicknamed "make-it-happen", is the president's preferred successor in Sunday's election.
Racism remains deeply embedded in South Africa nearly 25 years after minority rule ended, writes Fergal Keane.
The bodies of two Scandinavian women are found in the Atlas mountains with cuts to their necks.
Former Leicester midfielder Riyad Mahrez "deserves respect" on his first return to the King Power Stadium, says Foxes manager Claude Puel.
The group comes under pressure after saying thousands were killed in farmer-herder clashes.
The US military says six air strikes targeted militants in Somalia linked to al-Qaeda.
Former Botswana striker Dipsy Selolwane, Zebras' coach David Bright and FA president Maclean Letshwiti on how to improve the national team's fortunes.
Eritrean star Zersenay Tadese competed in his first Great Ethiopian Run following July's peace deal.
The Confederation of African Football confirms that no decision has been taken for Ivory Coast to host the 2023 Nations Cup rather than 2021.
Kenyan teen poet Meshack use rhyme to educate people on the dangers of diseases like HIV and polio.
Felix Tshisekedi, son of a veteran opposition leader, hopes to step out of his father's shadow.
Journalist Sola Odunfa reflects on a controversial proposal to ban young Nigerians from completing their education abroad.