Giraffe numbers across the continent fell 40 per cent between 1985 and 2015, to just under 100,000 animals
Traditional practitioners, known locally as "oloola" are worried about the decline of facial scarification, but critics remain opposed to it
It's not only the Christians that partake in Muslim festivals. "When a Christian dies, all the neighbours go to the church for the funeral"
In Tonkolili and Port Loko, a new type of ritual is emerging in which girls are initiated by the Sowei, but are not "cut"
The Republic of Congo's southern region of Pool nicknamed "Garden of Congo" is giving hope to many for better agriculture
A viral video showed the singer, Tekno throwing money at ladies dancing in lingerie in a glass-sided vehicle
About 3,000 children are abandoned each year in South Africa, according to estimates by the National Adoption Coalition
There, in a brick tank, dung from Josphat's 10 dairy cows is quietly transformed into a rich, organic fertiliser that supercharges his soil
The country says it has planted nearly three billion trees already since May
Fashion has also become a family affair, with Hassan's father -a tailor by trade -and older sister helping cut and sew the clothes