First flight taking Channel migrants to Rwanda set for 14 June

The Home Office begins issuing formal paperwork to migrants, but legal challenges are expected.

Ghana: Chris Hughton looks to bolster Black Stars through diaspora

Chris Hughton wants Ghana to build the "best team possible" ahead of the World Cup, and is keen for members of the diaspora to join the national squad.

Child marriage: ‘Titi’ was forced into marriage as a teenager in Chad.

Despite efforts to eradicate child marriage, the practice still persists in Chad which has one of the highest rates in the world.

Sudan or Chad? Why a Darfur sultan regrets a twist of colonial fate

A traditional leader feels his people were dealt a cruel blow when absorbed into Sudan a century ago.

Champions League: El Moutaraji scores twice as Wydad Casablanca beat Al Ahly

Zouheir El Moutaraji scores both goals for Morocco's Wydad Casablanca as they win the African Champions League title by beating Egypt's Al Ahly.

Clashes between Chad gold miners leave 100 dead

The fighting in the north degenerated from a dispute between two men, the government says.

Samuel Kanu: Kidnapped Nigerian Methodist Church leader freed

Samuel Kanu was kidnapped in the south-east where separatists have been agitating for a breakaway state.

Kenya Elections 2022: Misinformation circulating online

Misleading images and manipulated videos are already being widely shared as campaigning begins.

The Senegalese pop star who dared to sing about rape

After rape in Senegal was finally made a serious crime, a pop star dared to tell her own story.

The dangerous world of illegal mining in South Africa

BBC Africa Eye meets the migrants who risk everything to go deep underground in South Africa’s abandoned gold mines.