President Kenyatta signs controversial anti-terror bill amid criticism
a law that promotes censorship and allows authorities to crack down on suspected terrorists, impeding on human rights, set to be passed in Kenya.
Athletics: Kenya stands behind their anti-doping status
According to Athletics Kenya President Isaiah Kiplagat 32 cases of doping in Kenyan sports is better than what other federations have had to report.
Mozambique decrimanalises abortion to curb maternal deaths
The new law specifies that abortions will have to be carried out in recognised and designated health centres by qualified practitioners.
Global fall in oil prices affects Nigerian naira
Nigeria toughens currency trading curbs to slow down the depreciation of the naira following the collapse of global oil prices.
Concourt: Business ignores domestic workers' rights
The Constitutional Court has ruled that domestic workers have the same rights as employees of liquidated business Pinnacle Point Group.
Turning Africa's Big 5 into hard cash
Lifting ivory and rhino horn trade bans could translate to an economic turnaround for Africa, where the black market for animal products is thriving.
2014: A turbulent year in SA politics
It's been a stormy year for SA politics. Africa Check looks back at dodgy data, political spin, false claims, bogus qualifications and conspiracies.
ODIs will see the Windies beefed up
More than ever, international cricket needs the Caribbean team to take its place among the best once again.
How running junkies find their next fix
Runners live by a guide that describes every race in the land - and there's at least one every weekend.
USA announces 'historic' opening with Cuba
The Unites States is about to re-establish diplomatic ties within months. The last three of the Cuban Five are to be released in a prisoner swap.
Church of England appoints first woman bishop amid debate
Even though the Church of England has been deeply divided on the issue of women bishops, the Church has appointed Libby Lane as its first.