In South Sudan, more than 80,000 people have been displaced and many killed in inter-ethnic clashes in Tombura, Western Equatoria State. We speak to a local MP.
Plus, UNAIDS Executive Director Winnie Byanyima says the Covid-19 pandemic has had a negative impact on the goal of ending AIDS by 2030.
And in Kenya, hopes that the British government’s easing of restrictions on travel will boost the country's beleaguered tourism sector.
Sudan's Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has described a failed coup as an attempt to derail the country's transition to civilian rule.
At least three people have been killed and dozens injured in a series of explosions in Burundi's economic capital, Bujumbura.
A protest has taken place in the Namibian capital Windhoek against an agreement made with Germany after it apologised for a genocide in the southern African country in the early 20th Century.
A Rwandan court has sentenced 'Hotel Rwanda hero', Paul Rusesabagina, to 25 years in prison for terrorism-related charges. A report from Human Rights Watch highlights crimes perpetrated a year ago on women inmates at a jail in Lubumbashi, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Also - Why did a swarm of angry bees kill sixty-three penguins near Cape Town?. A Nigerian journalist raises awareness around sickle cell disease with a book named 'How to live with Sickle Cell'. And - We hear from Sudanese artist MaMan who is on a mission to bring Afrobeats to his country.
ECOWAS will push for elections in Guinea within six months and impose sanctions on coup leaders who ousted President Alpha Conde'.
The United States is to impose sanctions against individuals and groups impeding humanitarian aid in Ethiopia.
How governments in West Africa are fighting the traffic in fake drugs.
Plus The Resident Presidents ask if magic beliefs help endure society's big problems.