Inspire Africa features a deaf-mute Semba dance instructor in Mauritius, a 23 year old Moroccan engineer who has designed a power-less refrigerator and talk to the brain behind an online platform prom
Its songs and rhythms, are a mixture of Islamic Sufist and pre-Islamic African music and are intended to send its listeners into a trance.
Morocco's hypnotic Gnaoua Music Festival
Majestic horses and turquoise water - spending 3 days in the family-owned Selman Marrakech.
Inspire Africa brings you stories from Uganda and Morocco, where challenges and solutions have been transformed into enterprises, new modes of employment and innovations.
The fourth stage covers a huge 86.2km, with runners having to complete the stage within 35 hours
Morocco's Rachid El Morabity beat his brother Mohamed finishing in 3hr4mins in stage two of the Marathon des Sables
The Crans Montana Forum returns for the 4th consecutive year to Dakhla in Western Sahara, to discuss "Africa and South-South Cooperation".
Russian produces star performance on tournament final day
Local hero takes gold after opponent is disqualified
Swiss star takes under 52 kilo crown in just 25 seconds
The 2017 Visa For Music (VFM) has taken place in the Moroccan city of Rabat, Morocco.
The Moroccan city of Rabat is hosting "Visa For Music"
A stall giving out food was submerged by crowds in the impoverished town of Sidi Boulaalam.
The incident happened as food aid was being distributed
The Frenchman saw off the competition to claim an unprecedented tenth title in Marrakech.
There are many people around the world who are born and die without leaving any official trace of their existence. They are ghosts in their own country; unaccounted for, unidentifiable and hidden.
Daleen Hassan: “Nagoya is Japan’s hub for the aerospace industry.
Sunny Morocco seems like the ideal place to produce solar power.