Tamim al-Barghouti has become Egypt's revolutionary poet, after his poem was broadcast through Tahrir Square during protests against Mubarak.
Rising food prices may be making the world, including Egypt, much more unstable.
From Algeria to Egypt, rappers have been protesting against the governments of North Africa through hip hop.
Cameroonian professionals, including doctors and lawyers, who are educated abroad tend not to return to their home country. The problem is common in the developing world.
Social media is helping dissidents rise up against the government in Egypt and Tunisia, and social media companies are helping.
Opposition groups in Sudan are taking inspiration from Tunisia's revolution and talking openly about overthrowing President Omar al Bashir.
In South Africa, the government puts limits on life-sustaining kidney dialysis and doctors are tasked with deciding who lives and who dies. This is the story of two patients -- and the committee that determined their fates.
After Somali pirates captured two people, a Somali refugee from London stepped up and helped negotiate their release.
A new teaching program in South Africa encourages reading and math skills using students' cell phones.
Religious organizations are providing much-needed health care to Kenyans, but some worry about evangelizing to vulnerable populations.