In Somalia’s rebel-ruled territories, a slightly different version to the beautiful game governed by FIFA is played.
In a largely successful election, Alexandra is on the brink of protest.
Bekkersdal has become one of the focal points of the simmering discontent with the ANC government.
Somalis in Nairobi's Eastleigh say police have over-reacted with arrests and harassment after recent bombing attacks.
Can a country tackle its troubled history if it is never acknowledged?
Intervention by foreign powers has so far done little or nothing to stop violence in the former French colony.
Many Tunisians wonder why it has taken the world so long to figure out the family profited by bending business rules.
Kenya's government knows it needs to downsize the public service, slash salaries and tame corruption to save itself.
Children playing in Bangui monastery is a rare sight of joy as hundreds of thousands have been displaced by fighting.
A third of the Central African Republic refugees in Boyabo are aged between 18 and 30, and they are "dangerously" idle.
Thousands of Christians and Muslims shelter in camps after feeling violence in one of the world's poorest countries.