Former Liberian rebel commander Alieu Kosiah has appeared in a Swiss court charged with war crimes during Liberia’s civil war.
Plus a report on the challenges presented by Ghana’s poor roads and makeshift transport links,and why they matter to the upcoming presidential election.
And we meet an award winning Kenyan yoga instructor, using his craft to drive social change.
Uganda's presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi, popularly known as Bobi Wine has said that he will resume campaigning, after he met with the electoral commission.
Plus, is Nigeria becoming the epicentre of cyber-crime and lucrative scams?
And a Gambian politician says the National Assembly may have failed the electorate by approving personal loans for legislators.
Children with Aids struggle to get access to the drugs they need, warns Unicef.
More Kenyans seem to be switching to greener, cleaner energy, but at what cost to Kenya Power?
And the university lecturers' strike in Sierra Leone that’s right in the middle of the exam period.
It's a day of reckoning for the Nigerian government, after a weekend marred by one of the bloodiest attacks on civilians in Borno state, possibly carried out by armed rebels linked to Boko Haram
Ethiopia: Media blackout is still ongoing in the northern Ethiopian region of Tigray, so we speak to the international red cross who have been coordinating rescue and relief efforts in the capital Mekelle
We have an exclusive interview with South Africa's former opposition leader Mmusi Maimane, in which he tells why he ended up quitting the Democratic Alliance party and what direction the rainbow nation has to take to diffuse a resurgence in racial tensions