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Llewellyn Barnes made his debut in a professional golf debut last month, after decades living homeless in South Africa.
Electric motorsport series Formula E wants to expand both the number of races and drivers in Africa, says the sport's founder Alejandro Agag.
Didier Drogba was the figurehead for Ivory Coast's 'golden generation'. Their remarkable powers helped bring a damaged nation together.
Liverpool have had their fair share of goalscoring heroes in the Premier League, but Mohamed Salah is proving the most prolific yet.
The South African World Cup winner was somewhat under-dressed when he met Prince Harry.
A Tutsi on the verge of being killed by Hutu extremists in 1994 recalls how his life was saved as those who had come to kill him realised he played for one of Rwanda’s top clubs.
Meet three golfers vying to become the first African women to win a major tournament.
Ten years on from the machine gun attack on Togo's national football team in Angola, former players tell their story of survival.
Kenya's Wilfred Bungei, who won Olympic 800m gold in Beijing, shares his story of battling alcoholism in a bid to "save someone".
Floyd Mayweather, Manny Pacquiao, Jorge Masvidal, Kamaru Usman or Khabib Nurmagomedov - who will Conor McGregor fight next?
The Congolese basketballer racks up millions of views cooking unusual food on YouTube.
Faf de Klerk, South Africa's World Cup-winning scrum-half, talks pants, coffee, Shrek and a special homecoming.
Eliud Kipchoge made history in October by becoming the first person to run a marathon in under two hours. Here's how he did it.
It is 50 years since an anti-apartheid protest at a South Africa tour match in Wales sent shockwaves around the world.
When the Italian side signed Chris Smalling on loan, his arrival helped find a missing child.
18-year-old Leon Manyisa from Eswatini tells BBC Africa about doing trials for Real Madrid.
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