Former Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has helped Chinese League One side Qingdao Huanghai earn promotion to the Super League next season.
Owen Ncube is denied entry by the US over what it calls "gross violations of human rights".
Sea erosion continues to wreak havoc along West Africa's shoreline, threatening communities.
A lawyer who has met some of the children found at Belfast Harbour says they are "coping well".
Kurt Okraku is the new president of the Ghana Football Association after edging a close election in Accra on Friday that required three rounds of voting.
Ten years ago Nairobi's Karura forest was a no-go zone. Now there are up to 30,000 visitors a month.
Nigeria's sports minister seeks to end a two-year stand-off with the IAAF by refunding money owed to athletics' world governing body.
Protesters in the government-backed march say the sanctions have ruined the Zimbabwean economy.
The Libya Football Federation reappoints Tunisian Faouzi Benzarti as national coach on a six-month contract.
Cameroon international Joel Tagueu says being able to play football again despite being diagnosed with a heart ailment is a "victory".
From Somaliland to picking strawberries and becoming a fintech CEO, Ismail Ahmed tops the Powerlist 2020.
The country is observing a public holiday to protest against sanctions.
Ahlam Khidir vowed to fight for her son after he was killed in an anti-government protest in 2013.
A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent and beyond.
Substitute Nicolas Pepe rescues Arsenal with two sublime free-kicks in their Europa League group game against Vitoria Guimaraes.
A businessman turned actor who spurred hundreds to protest in Egypt speaks to the BBC.
Up to 30 young elephants have been flown to another country, believed to be China.
It is thought at least 10 teenagers from east Africa were found in Belfast in recent weeks.
Libya coach Jalal Damja quits as technical staff sacked following elimination from African Nations Championship by Tunisia.