Gideon Chitaga gives us a preview of what to expect in Zimbabwe's election. We also visit a Kenyan hospital where guitarist is healing patients through music
Who were in South Africa for the first time last week for the Africa Day celebrations?
Zimbabwe's main opposition MDC Alliance has called for mass protests in the capital city Harare on Tuesday.
We speak to Professor Sunday Okello from the University of Addis Ababa about the number of conflicts taking place across Africa, and what can be done to try mediate peace settlements. And we look at issues and news making headlines across the continent
Axelle Ronsse of Doctors Without Borders explains the current situation in one of the cities experiencing cases of Ebola in DRC.
Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi is calling on the international community for support, amid political conflict in the southern African nation. The country's civil war ended in 1992, but conflict flared up again in 2013.
Our interview looks at the unrest in Cameroon's English-speaking areas continues. And in the second segment, art lovers are in for a treat. As the Biennale of African Contemporary Art is underway in Senegal.
In the second segment of the show we have a package on Joyce Banda. Who has just returned home. And is vowing to prove her innocence after more than three years in self-imposed exile.
Our main interview explores President Cyril Ramaphosa’s recent visit to Angola. In the second segment, the DRC holds its first Fashion Show for the disabled
JOHANNESBURG, 28 April 2018 - In 1994 Rwanda was in the grip of a genocide that left about 800 000 people dead. Over the past 24 hours news emerging of hundreds of bodies discovered from the genocide.