BBC : Africa
17h45 08  mars
Senegal protests: Ousmane Sonko charged with rape
More protests are planned as the opposition leader calls the charges politically motivated.
Bata explosion: Equatorial Guinea blasts kill 31
Officials say badly stored dynamite at a military base and stubble burning caused the explosions.
00h17 07  mars
Coming 2 America: ’The first black fairytale’ revisited
Actress Nomzamo Mbatha on the importance of Coming 2 America celebrating blackness on screen.
00h08 08  mars
The woman with HIV helping others have a ’good death’
In the country with the world’s highest prevalence of HIV, Thembi Nkambule doesn’t want people to die of Aids ashamed and alone.
Yemen war: Many feared dead after fire at migrant detention centre
As many as 30 people may have died at the facility, which was holding migrants mostly from Ethiopia.
Motsepe to become Caf president as Ahmad appeal fails
South Africa’s Patrice Motsepe will become Caf president on Friday after Ahmad’s Fifa ban is reduced, but not overturned, by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Meet Zinhle Ndawonde the rugby playing firefighter
South African Zinhle Ndawonde combines playing one of the world’s toughest sports with one of the world’s toughest jobs.
00h15 06  mars
How Kenya’s Malindi morphed into ’Little Italy’
Italian is the lingua franca of Malindi, which can be a culture shock when walking its old Swahili streets.
18h23 04  mars
Nigeria kidnapping: Freed Zamfara schoolgirl keen to return to school
A girl who was kidnapped alongside 278 students speaks to the BBC about her ordeal.
07h09 02  mars
Nigeria’s school abductions: Why children are being targeted
Paying ransoms to kidnappers is fuelling the mass abduction of students in northern Nigeria, analysts say.
00h12 28  février
Cryptocurrencies: Why Nigeria is a global leader in Bitcoin trade
A devaluing currency and hard economic conditions make cryptocurrencies attractive despite the risks.
00h13 07  mars
The women of Egypt’s Arab Spring
Ten years ago, Egyptians took to the streets calling for the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak
18h28 05  mars
Gorilla Glue girl’ Tesicca Brown will make a full recovery, surgeon say
Dr Michael K Obeng, who operated on Tessica Brown, says she will make a full recovery.
Senegal: Souadou Niang is a former cleaner who became a hotel owner
Souadou Niang used to clean hotel rooms but she rose through the ranks and now owns her own hotel in Senegal.
Loveth Young: Meet Nigeria’s fighting policewoman
Loveth Young - the only female Nigerian competing in elite MMA - fights crime by day.
00h02 04  mars
Fisherman in Kenya swap petrol outboard motors for electric engines
Fishermen on Lake Victoria in Kenya have begun using some of Africa’s first electric fishing boats.
06h23 03  mars
Endangered vultures: A species on the ’brink of extinction’ in Kenya
Out of 11 vulture species found in Africa, 7 are on the verge of extinction.
11h57 28  février
Grenoble: Seven immigrants who saved brothers from fire in La Villeneuve
Seven immigrants re-live the terrifying moment when they saved two boys from a burning flat in Grenoble.