At least 50 people have been killed in Ethiopia’s Oromia region during violent protests over the killing of a popular musician and activist.
In Nigeria restrictions on inter-state travel have officially been lifted.
And we hear from a Nigerian hairdresser and musician in Italy, singing out life's frustrations.
Malawi's main opposition leader Lazarus Chakwera has been sworn as president after he won the country's rerun vote.
In Guinea, parliamentary talks were to begin today aimed at resolving months of turmoil in the country.
Tanzania has reopened schools after three months of closure due to coronavirus.
Tens of thousands of people are staging demonstrations in towns and cities across Sudan to press for greater political reform.
The popular Ethiopian singer and activist, Hachalu Hundessa, has been shot dead in the capital, Addis Ababa.
King Philippe of Belgium has expressed his profound regret for the crimes committed during the Belgian colonisation of Congo, including the private fiefdom of his ancestor, Leopold the Second.
Sudan has announced that donors have pledged $1.8 billion towards the country’s economic revival.
A Tanzanian commercial tricycle rider joins a campaign to help educate his compatriots about the dangers of Covid19.
Plus we hear from prominent US pastor TD Jakes, he talks about people who say their faith will protect them from the new coronavirus.