How did Africa's most-industrialised country end up running out of electricity?
Kenyan friends Julie Asuju and Wangui Njee talk about their experiences of living with Vitiligo.
Researchers in Edinburgh develop gene-edited farm animals for poor farmers in Africa.
Two men carrying at least 24 severed rhino horns have been arrested at Hong Kong airport's customs.
Police find the bodes of 66 people, including 22 children and 12 women, killed in villages.
Morocco are to follow the lead of Egypt and introduce Video Assistant Referee technology for its top-flight league matches.
Derby County sign former Hibernian defender Efe Ambrose until the end of the season after a trial period.
Benin's joint leading scorer, the much-travelled, Razak Omotoyossi returns home to sign a one-year deal with USS Krake in Benin.
The authorities say the controversial businessman is no longer wanted over bribery allegations.
South African Caster Semenya has been "targeted" by athletics' governing body, the IAAF, according to her country's sports minister
Rights groups condemn parliamentary moves to extend the president's term in office by 12 years.
Tanzanian nine-year-old Tumaini's poems have covered apartheid and her country's first president.
Second generation Somalis Safa and Ladan say the pressure for young women to marry in the community is immense.
A selection of photographs from around the African continent this week.
What do you know about Africa's most-populous nation and largest economy?
Voters are bombarded with propaganda ahead of Saturday's presidential election, but how much is accurate?
Abdul Aziz Muhamat wrote about conditions at the Manus Island centre for asylum seekers.
Two cases in Kenya's high court result in rare police convictions, including one death sentence.
Mali will face Senegal in the final of the Under-20 Africa Cup of Nations with Nigeria taking on South Africa for third place.
We listen in on a political conversation between father and daughter ahead of elections on 16 February.