President Goodluck Jonathan has announced his intentions to run for a second term to, once again, fight corruption and defeat Boko Haram.
Boko Haram militants are likely to be the prime suspects in the latest school attack in Nigeria, which left 23 students dead and 72 injured.
How many lives must be lost to Ebola before the AU cuts through the bureaucratic red tape that is strangling the life out of our people, asks the AHF.
The organisation has called on the government to help women and girls who have escaped from Boko Haram with post-rape care and psychosocial support.
Cyril Ramaphosa says government can't force Nigeria to speed up returning the remains of the 84 South Africans who died when a building collapsed.
HRW interviews with victims of Boko Haram abductions in Nigeria reveal forced marriages and religious conversions, physical and psychological abuse.
Doctors say the funds spent on airport checks would be better used to stop Ebola at its source.
The World Health Organisation has declared Nigeria Ebola-free after the country managed to contain cases of the deadly virus.
Exactly how much of Nigeria's $510bn GDP megachurches make up is difficult to assess, since they are, like the oil sector, largely opaque entities.
Nigeria accuses SA of blocking a legal arms purchase and threatens retaliation against telecoms giant MTN, in particular, if the spat is not resolved.
The levels of poverty and corruption are on the increase and national security remains a worry in Nigeria, 54 years after independence.
The Bible warns about false prophets, yet charismatic pastors such as TB Joshua are amassing fortunes from exploiting the poor and desperate.
Tests on new experimental drugs to treat the Ebola virus, which has claimed 3000 lives this year, is being welcomed.
Scaffolding for hire is just a small sign of a large informal industry.
While Nigeria's president has declared his country Ebola-free, 1.2-million people have been affected by a quarantine in Sierra Leone.
Six people who were injured in the fatal accident have been released from an SA hospital and have been cleared of any dangerous infections.
Kwanele Sosibo asks whether the spiritual healer has capitalised on his 'talent' by the increasing need for a more renewed approach to Christianity.
Twenty-six South African survivors from the deadly church collapse in Nigeria are back home, officials say.
A plane carrying survivors from the church collapse in Nigeria was expected to arrive in South Africa at 7am, but officials say it has been delayed.