Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from April, 2015
KaiKai News empowers young Sierra Leoneans with documentary-making skills.
Opposition leaders met in Paris, where they accused President Alpha Condé's government of "repeated violations" of the constitution.
Gambian soldiers who participated in a foiled coup on 30 December 2014 have been judged by a secret court. Human rights groups have expressed concern over the trials.
" If you do what I want, Lagos will continue to be prosperous for you. If you go against my wish, you will perish in the water."
Twitter users have started using the hashtag #147notjustanumber to celebrate the memory of those slain when armed militants stormed Garissa University College.
From increased military funding to less corruption, Nigerians on Twitter are telling their president-elect want they want from his government.
The Charlie Hebdo attack sparked unprecedented solidarity worldwide, but Kenya's tragedy has elicited a less enthusiastic international response.
"The expectations are sky-high. Incredible. From what I am reading, Buhari is expected to perform nothing short of magic on Aso Rock…"
"Sometimes it feels like @CNN are the only hardline Pan-Africanists left. They don't believe national borders or names mean anything!"
Ebola still remains a threat in West Africa, but media coverage is waning. A US-based collective of musicians from Cameroon, Liberia, Senegal, and the US is raising awareness of it.
147 people were killed by gunmen on the campus of Garissa University in Kenya. The world and specifically the french speaking world after Charlie Hebdo, shows support to the victims
Michael Duff shares eyewitness accounts of Sierra Leone's 3 day lock down that was introduced to fight ebola: Sierra Leoneans can breathe a sigh of relief today as citizens in...