Police and military have surrounded the home of Ugandan popstar and presidential hopeful Bobi Wine after his Independence Day concert was canceled, the singer said.
A controversial US pastor has been deported from Rwanda amid a battle with authorities over the closure of his religious radio station.
He says he doesn't feel guilty for the lie that got him into America.
Nearly 800 pounds of lion bones bound for Malaysia were seized at South Africa's main airport, a spokesman for the environment ministry told CNN on Friday.
The number of illegal miners killed in a gold mine collapse in the Democratic Republic of Congo rose to 22 on Thursday, the country's minister of social affairs told CNN.
US-based neurosurgeon; Dr. Olawale Sulaiman, through his health company, RNZ Global visits Nigeria every month to perform surgeries, sometimes free.
A Moroccan journalist has been sentenced to a year in prison after being found guilty of obtaining an "illegal" abortion, which she denies she ever had.
At least 25 Malian soldiers were killed and 60 are missing after "terrorists" attacked two army camps in central Mali on Monday, the country's government said.
A US base and an Italian military convoy were targeted in separate attacks in Somalia on Monday.
Nineteen pregnant teens and women were rescued as Nigerian police busted a suspected child trafficking ring planning to sell babies, a police spokesman told CNN on Monday.
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex secretly visited a memorial for murdered South Africa student Uyinene Mrwetyana earlier this week, Buckingham Palace confirmed to CNN.
Nigerian police rescued more than 300 people - mostly children -- held in "dehumanizing conditions" during a raid on a school on Thursday, City of Kaduna police spokesman Yakubu Sabo told CNN.
Zimbabwe's former President Robert Mugabe will be buried in his home town in Zvimba, according to a statement from the government.
In 2006, US scientists published a landmark study that linked lower levels of a gene known as PCSK9 to lower rates of heart disease.