In Uganda, at least forty-one people have been arrested ahead of the sixth Presidential inauguration of Yoweri Museveni. We bring you an interview with opposition leader Dr. Kizza Besigye;
What are Tanzanians making of the government's new advice to wear masks in order to protect themselves from Covid-19?
We take an in-depth look at Nigerian entrepreneurs who struggle to keep their business afloat because of the unreliability of the energy supply
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir has dissolved parliament, paving the way for the appointment of MPs from opposing sides in the country's five-year civil war.
Plus the issue of a population census causes uproar in Sierra Leone’s parliament.
And we meet Djibouti's versatile musician Shay Lia.
The worrying trend of student abductions in Nigeria seems to be spreading south. We bring you the latest on this developing story;
The electoral board in Ethiopia pushes back the deadline for voters to get registered - in the hope of attracting more people to take part in the parliamentary polls due next month;
Kenya wants all teachers to be vaccinated against Covid-19 by Monday, a huge ask for people who live in rural areas;
We speak to a Cameroonian artist who gets inspiration from his country's culture to draw beautiful paintings - and makes them available in print.
Dominic Ongwen, former commander of the Lord's Resistance Army rebel group in Uganda, is sentenced to twenty-five years in jail. A sentence that takes into account his past growing up as a child soldier. We hear reporting from the Court and take a look at how Ugandans have reacted to the news.
Ethiopia's Minister of Education, Getahun Mekuriya, tells us how he plans to use the latest technology to correct an old problem: how to improve education.
Why is the world's most vaccinated country seeing an uptick in COVID-19 infections?
We go behind the power struggle that is causing a civil war inside South Africa's ruling party, the ANC