by bbcafrica In our series of letter from African journalists, Mannir Dan Ali, former editor-in-chief of Nigeria's Daily Trust newspaper, looks at difficulties Nigerian journalists face for simply doing their job.In Nigeria questions are still being asked about why some...
by bbcafrica A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent and beyond: image captionOn Sunday an unconventional church service takes place in Bunny's Tavern, Evaton, South Africa, celebrating the end of the country's alcohol ban...
By Chidinma Uchechukwumgemezu President Muhammadu Buhari, on Friday, joined other West African leaders in another extraordinary summit aimed at finding lasting solutions to the crisis in Mali. Buhari is participating in the virtual meeting from the Council Chamber of the Presidential...
BBC World Service The US government has filed fraud and money laundering charges against those behind an adoption scheme that placed Ugandan children who were not orphans with US families. Two Americans, Margaret Cole and Debra Parris, and a Ugandan lawyer,...
by bbcafrica In our series of letters from African writers, journalist and former Ghana government minister Elizabeth Ohene writes about how the prospect of living abroad has lost its attraction in the time of coronavirus. We used to say...