Though the world is affected by the coronavirus pandemic, inspiring stories still abound all around us.
Fourteen people were killed on Thursday in a fire at a camp housing tens of thousands of people displaced by jihadist violence in north-east Nigeria.
We start off in Nigeria where some of the young and savvy ones are embracing a new savings and investment culture with the use of an app.
Goods were thrown out of windows to save stock while men on the roof of neighbouring buildings tried to put out the flames using buckets of water.
The recent Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Forum in Abuja, Nigeria brought together thousands of would-be entrepreneurs and potential investors.
Renard's penalty secures France's place in the round of 16.
Norway didn't break sweat in their opening game
On today's episode of Inspire Africa, host Jerry Bambi, does the round trip to West and East Africa - Nigeria, Ghana and Uganda feature in this episode.
A few weeks ago, Luxembourg hosted the first edition of the Stand, Speak, Rise up forum to end sexual violence in fragile environments.
The collapse of a school building in Lagos killed 20 people, a health official said Friday. 45 others survived.
This episode of Inspire Africa features a non-governmental organisation in the Republic of Congo, which has embarked on a mission of supporting rural communities and empowering them to contribute to the protection of the country's biodiversity.
Nigeria's Buhari casts ballot as polls open in delayed presidential election
But just hours before the polls opened Geidam city in Yobe state was attacked by suspected Islamic extremists and dozens of residents fled.
Millions of people marked World Cleanup Day on Saturday, joining what was set to be the biggest-ever single day of volunteer-based waste collection efforts.