Outed on TikTok in Ethiopia: ‘How a dance nearly cost me my life’

A clip of two men dancing unleashes a torrent of homophobic hatred in Ethiopia.

Rwanda treaty deals with legal concerns – UK’s Cleverly

The home secretary says Rwanda is committed to the safety of anyone sent there as part of the government's migration deal.

Nelson Mandela and how young South Africans view his legacy

A decade after Nelson Mandela's death, young South Africans are increasingly re-evaluating his legacy.

Mauritania’s ex-President Aziz jailed for five years for corruption

Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz was charged alongside 10 others for various corruption-related offences.

Anger in Namibia over Dubai COP28 trip by president’s children

Six members of President Hage Geingob's family, including his children, have travelled to Dubai.

Nigeria airstrike ‘mistakenly’ kills worshippers at religious festival

The army was targeting "terrorists" when civilians were hit by accident, the state governor says.

HIV and forced sterilisations: How four Kenyan women found justice

Four women living with HIV who won a landmark case tell the BBC about how they were sterilised.

UK home secretary heads to Rwanda for migrant deal

James Cleverly is hoping to finally secure flights to the country for migrants who travel to the UK illegally.

South Africa intercepts 440 unaccompanied children from Zimbabwe

Border officials say they stopped dozens of buses carrying young children from Zimbabwe.

South Africa book place at 2024 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations

Holders South Africa qualify for the 2024 Women's Africa Cup of Nations after wrapping up a 3-1 aggregate win over Burkina Faso.