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Cherno Samba : The football prodigy who made it in a video (...)

Championship Manager legend Cherno Samba now hopes to become a manager himself.

African Champions League : AS Vita Club beat Simba 5-0

DR Congo's AS Vita Club put on an emphatic display to beat Simba of Tanzania 5-0 in their second group match of this year's (...)

Kalidou Koulibaly : Napoli star to miss Sunday game after red (...)

Senegal's Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly will miss the Lazio game on Sunday after their appeal against his red card at Inter (...)

Alhaji Kamara : Sierra Leonean has 'more to give' after (...)

Sierra Leone international striker Alhaji Kamara, who defied a heart defect diagnosis to continue playing, says he still has 'more (...)

Burkina Faso : Prime Minister and cabinet resign from (...)

Prime Minister Paul Kaba Thieba and his cabinet step down, as pressure mounts over kidnappings.

Reality Check : Why has Zimbabwe hiked petrol prices (...)

The government increased fuel prices by more than double, but what is behind the sudden price increase?

Sudan protests : People flee gunshots in deadly protest

Government forces allegedly fired directly at demonstrators demanding the president's resignation.

'Why Sudan is shooting medics'

The day after a doctor was shot dead by Sudanese police, another medic tells the BBC why he feels like a (...)

Funeral of murdered Ghana journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale

Ahmed Hussein-Suale has been laid to rest in a ceremony attended by family and colleagues.

African Champions League : Match abandoned in Egypt because of (...)

The Champions League match between Ismaily and Club Africain is abandoned in Egypt because of crowd trouble, at a stadium likely to be (...)

Zimbabwe blocks Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter amid crackdown

A coalition of human rights groups says at least 12 people have been killed in a week of protests.

Corruption investigator Anas : 'We get daily death (...)

Ghanaian undercover reporter Anas Aremeyaw Anas says his team face daily death threats.