Yellow fever continues to spread. The disease, which has caused 200 deaths in Angola, has now killed 21 people in the DRC.
More UN troops in the DRC are accused of abusing those they were meant to protect - and face paternity claims from their alleged victims.
President Jacob Zuma's nephew, Khulubuse, has responded to news that he has been named in the leaked Panama Papers.
The president's office has kept mum on allegations that Khulubuse Zuma stashed away money in the British Virgin Islands in 2010.
Indicators are that the government does not intend sticking to constitutional deadlines, and is instead pursuing a strategy of delaying elections.
A German court sentenced two Rwandan rebel leaders to long jail terms for masterminding massacres in eastern DRC from their homes in Germany.
All eyes are on the African Art World, with the Beaute Congo show at Fondation Cartier showcasing vibrant, political works from Popular movement.
Militia, the military, pit bosses, buyers and miners vie for the metal that's smuggled out of the Congo.
A problem getting homegrown people to soccer matches: the locals just don’t seem to be interested in African football.
Shots rang out as dozens of students shouting "Kabila get out!" faced off against police officers at Kinshasa's university.
In a compelling interview with the M&G, an ex-child soldier from the DRC shares his story of abduction, fighting in the war and his escape to SA.
The spectre of a rapacious king and the legacy of European colonialism hang over Lubumbashi in the DRC, writes Anton Goosen.
The well-heeled flock to a marble-clad hotel in a city renowned as a smuggling hub for gold.
Maite Nkoana-Mashabane discusses her first term as international relations minister, terror in Africa, conflict in Nigeria, and patriotism in SA.
The state must reaffirm that Virunga has universal value for all humanity, says the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF).
Violence continues in the eastern DRC after an attack from an armed group left three South African soldiers injured.
Heavy fighting has erupted near the airport in CAR's capital Bangui, as Christian militia blocked an attempt to evacuate Muslims.
Residents in the capital of the DRC have been left to feel uneasy after gunfire erupted throughout the city and several reporters were taken hostage.
About 12 soldiers have been convicted in the east DRC where government troops have battled to clamp down on several armed groups.