Traditional horse-racing by Xhosa men in South Africa's Eastern Cape.
Normalisation committee installed in Egypt after the resignation of the entire EFA board following the Pharaohs' early Afcon exit.
Six civilians and five army officers will be in charge during a transition to civilian rule.
The jokes on Kroll's beer bottles in Rwanda provoke an outcry including from the gender minister.
Togolese footballer Woedikou Afi Apéafa says women are denied the chance to travel for tournaments.
A military court jails leaders fighting for independence for the English-speaking part of Cameroon.
Phelekezela Mphoko left a police station fearing he would be detained and poisoned, his lawyer says.
Two women share their stories of surviving and then recovering from acid attacks in Uganda.
Omar al-Bashir is going on trial after prosecutors say a hoard of foreign currency was found at his home.
Zambian sports nutritionist Linia Patel recommends African recipes for different events.
Haidar el Ali has led a project to plant 152 million mangrove buds in Senegal's Casamance Delta.
Egyptian giants Al Ahly sack their coach Martin Lasarte, a day after being knocked out of the Egypt Cup.
Sixteen members of Southern African Development Community say the EU and US policy harms the region.
Mohamed Hamdan "Hemeti" Dagolo, a key military leader, has promised to abide by a power-sharing agreement with the opposition.
Senior commander Hemeti tells the BBC the military will abide by the deal to be signed on Saturday.
Some countries are seeking extra protection while others want to re-open ivory markets at key trade meeting in Geneva.
The government hopes to boost agriculture but will it lead to higher prices?
Gas company P&ID has been locked in a legal dispute with the Nigerian government for almost a decade.
Some people tried to steal oil instead of rescue those trapped in the vehicle, witnesses say.
Fifa bans former Nigeria player and coach Samson Siasia for life after finding him guilty of match-fixing.