Gabonese Government Holds First Meeting in Three Weeks
Gabonese government holds first meeting in three weeks; Sudan's crippling cash crisis; and Tanzania's foreign minister on his country's donor relations.
Ugandan army to protect Chinese against attacks
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has ordered the army to protect Chinese companies following a spate of attacks and robberies.
And Ethiopia's legendary athlete Haile Gebrselassie explains why he quit as president of the country's Athletics Federation.
Eritrea breakthrough as UN sanctions lifted
The UN votes unanimously to lift sanctions against Eritrea. Zimbabwe marks one year since coup. Also, outrage in Malawi after a nurse takes a selfie in a labour ward.
Nine Ugandan students die in a dormitory fire
Three students are in custody in southern Uganda on suspicion of starting a school dormitory fire that killed at least nine children and injured 40. DR Congo opposition election deal flounders. The UN highlights the plight of millions of stateless people. Also, we speak to Nigerian writer Sylvia Ofili.
Shock In Ethiopia At Top Level Arrests
Shock in Ethiopia at top level arrests; Thousands arrested in Kenya over matatu strike; Tanzanian authorities issue ultimatum to cashew nut traders.