Moroccan police have arrested 11 people after the death of a fish seller whose crushing in a rubbish truck sparked widespread protests.
President Jacob Zuma will be in Harare to attend the inaugural session of the South Africa-Zimbabwe Bi-National Commission, the Presidency said.
Undocumented Zimbabweans illegally staying in South Africa poses a security threat to both countries, a diplomat has warned.
Tanzania has suspended community-based HIV/Aids prevention programmes for gay men, the health minister has said.
Many countries pledged support for the International Criminal Court following the announced withdrawal by three African nations.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe side-steps Parliament to issue a decree on the country's controversial bond notes.
Jericho, the lion that had formed a bond with Cecil - a lion killed in an illegal hunt in 2015 - has been found dead.
Nigeria's president has ordered an investigation into allegations that 43 women and girls fleeing Boko Haram were raped by police and soldiers.
Nigerian soldiers and policemen have sexually abused women and girls fleeing Boko Haram, Human Rights Watch says.
Although Tunisia's tourism industry is not doing well, Mohamed Ben Sheikh says there are good days ahead thanks to the nation's vineyards.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has dismissed claims for financial compensation for slavery in Africa.
Countless elderly white landowners are struggling to make ends meet as they wait for compensation that many fear may never come.
Thousands of Moroccans attended the funeral of a fishmonger whose grisly death in a rubbish truck crusher has caused outrage,
Evicted elderly white Zimbabweans struggle to make ends meet as they wait for compensation.
Nandi Bamba was preparing to open a polling station in Abidjan's Yopougon neighbourhood when a group of men attacked.