ZIMBABWE, 10 April 2018 - Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, says a Truth and Reconciliation Commission must be set up to deal with the Gukurahundi massacres. Over 20000 people were killed in the Matebeleland region in Western Zimbabwe.
We ask is it a good thing, or does it constitute over extended influence. We also go to the commemoration ceremony of Sudan, the last male northern white rhino. And we attend the Arise fashion show in Lagos
Hundreds of illegal miners remain defiant after invading a farm belonging to former first lady Grace Mugabe. eNCA's Pindai Dube has more on the story.
We ask if we will ever see presidents prosecuted for crimes committed while in office. We end off with brew of a different kind, a Nigerian artist uses coffee to make incredible portraits.
A deal that could see intra-Africa trade improve significantly on the continent. We close the show off with a package on the death of Africa's last male northern white rhino
In the second segment we look at the elections scheduled for December in the Democratic Republic of Congo. We close it off with a circus in Ethiopia.
The Mthwakazi movement in Zimbabwe tried to coronate a king for Zimbabwe’s Ndebele people. But this was thwarted by the Zimbabwean government. And in the second segment, Somalia is facing an uncertain future as AU security forces leave.
There are renewed calls from members of the public and activists to find missing human rights activist Itia Dzamara. Friday marked three years since his disappearance.
Suzanne Daniels is breathing a sigh of relief, after the CCMA overturned her suspension as Eskom legal head. But the power utility says she still needs to respond to several allegations. Eskom suspended Daniels after she blew the whistle on state capture.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga held talks on Friday at Harambee House in Nairobi. The pair shook hands after Kenyatta addressed media, calling for unity when dealing with Kenyan matters.