"With some bikes, including the luggage carrier and everything you can find 2,000 pieces and none of them work without the other. There is a union, a solidarity, they are together, they are soldered together," he feels.
The head of WHO, Tedros Adhanom-Ghebreyesus, said: "We can now offer patients an even better chance of survival."
A party held in the grounds of Belgium's controversial Africa Museum has drawn criticism after attendees were pictured dressing up in colonial-style clothing, with one wearing "blackface".
The recent Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Forum in Abuja, Nigeria brought together thousands of would-be entrepreneurs and potential investors.
The east African nation setting an example with an ambitious tree-planting campaign.
Rwandan officials closed their border with DR Congo after the third case of Ebola was detected in the Congolese city of Goma, near the border with Rwanda.
Vets go to huge lengths to save injured and endangered black rhino
At least 65 killed in Nigeria Boko Haram attack - state TV
Pope offers prayers for migrants killed in Mediterranean shipwreck
Around 150 African refugees and migrants perished off the Libyan coast on Thursday, in their apparent attempt to reach Europe.
Tunisia's 92-year-old president has been taken to hospital following the second health scare in a month, his son has said.
Which Boris will be entering Number 10: the racist or the cosmopolitan? For the sake of Britain, I hope it is the latter.
Nigeria's President Buhari submits list of cabinet nominees to Senate
In this episode of Futuris, we meet the African and European scientists working together to find ways to disinfect water for domestic use in remote, isolated places in Africa, using sustainable and affordable technology.
Angola rarely comes up when surfers discuss possible holiday destinations, but maybe that is about to change.
On this episode of Inspire Africa, Jerry Bambi works with fishermen, and tells the story of how fish waste is being recycled into leather in Morocco.
Death toll in hotel attack in Somalia's Kismayo jumps to 26 - regional president
"The regime always uses women as a tool to take revenge and to force its enemies to surrender."
Insight: The street children of Luanda
Ryanair sees risk to 2020 growth if 737 MAX grounded beyond November
Mozambique is in the process of reconstruction following cyclones Idai and Kenneth. And its President Filipe Nyusi faces other challenges too such as Islamic extremism in the region of Cabo Delgado rich in natural gas. We met with him at the EurAfrican Forum in Portugal.
The second biggest waterfall in Africa, the Kalandula Falls churn out 550 cubic metres of water every second. This 360° video offers a pleasant view from the nearby hotel.
Sudan's ruling military council and a coalition of opposition and protest groups reached an agreement to share power during a transition period leading to elections, setting off street celebrations by thousands of people.
Huge crowds marched on Sudan's defence ministry on Sunday demanding the ruling military hand over power to civilians, and the authorities said at least seven people were killed and scores injured in protests nationwide.
Rescue ship captain Carola Rackete defends herself after Italy arrest
This feature of Business Line breaks down the ongoing dispute between Huawei and the US, gives a glimpse of how Dubai is preparing for Expo 2020 and how crowdfunding is breathing new life into local economies in Senegal.