Ethiopia’s government has suspended the operations of two international aid organisations working in the northern Tigray region affected by a ten-month conflict.
We meet the founder of a baby food company in Senegal that is using only locally sourced ingredients in her recipes for infants.
And DJ Rita Ray sounds out what’s new and causing a stir on the Africa music scene.
Bodies with gunshot wounds and hands tied behind their backs have washed up in a river in Sudan that borders Ethiopia, a doctor has told the BBC.
More than 580 MPs have been sworn in as a newly formed parliament in South Sudan met for the first time on Monday. We hear from the country's youngest MP.
And we visit a sanctuary in Sierra Leone on a mission to save the country's disappearing chimpanzees.
Zambia’s president Edgar Lungu has ordered the military to be deployed to prevent violence ahead of August’s election, in a move criticised by the opposition as a tactic intended to cause “fear and intimidation”.
Plus, as Morocco's government denies using Pegasus malware for espionage, we hear from the country's ambassador to France.
And we look at the controversy over Israel being given observer status at the African Union.
Is Kenya's president promoting a brain drain of medical personnel from his country?; We bring you an update from Ethiopia where humanitarian assistance in conflict affected Tigray is gathering pace; The High Court in The Gambia throws out a case for the enforcement of the law on diasporan voters; 77-year-old French-Senegalese dancer, Germaine Acogny, has just been awarded the Golden Lion at Italy's Biennale art fair.