The anti-government fighters, who now control two-thirds of the country, have surrounded the capital, Bangui.
Mozambique gets prepared as storm Eloise nears.
And, the latest antics from the resident presidents.
Joe Biden flips and reverses some of the executive orders previously signed by former President Trump - including a travel ban on countries with a Muslim majority. Our correspondent Emmanuel Igunza travels to Eastleigh, in Kenya, to find out whether Somali refugees living there are now hopeful that under Biden they will be able to travel to the United States, some to rejoin their families.
Who's behind a network of health workers involved in baby-harvesting in Ghana? We hear from the Ghana Medical and Dental Council which has been investigating this story
Dr Tabitha Mwangi of Cambridge University highlights the particular issues faced by sex workers in West Africa during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our correspondent Umaru Fofana takes us to an art festival in Sierra Leone's capital Freetown, aimed at revamping the fine arts scene in the country
Joe Biden becomes the 46th president of the United States together with his Vice-President Kamala Harris who made history by becoming the first female vice- president of Black American and South Asian descent.
What will US relations across the continent look like with a Biden administration?
And, we hear about a love story written to illustrate the adage that the path of true love never did run smooth.
As the TPLF is deregistered as a political party in Ethiopia, aid agencies are sounding the alarm that food is hard to come by in the Tigray region and the humanitarian situation is dire.
Why has Kigali gone back into a strict Covid-19 lockdown?
In Cameroon the game of amputee football is gaining popularity.