Our guest talks about al Shabaab attacks in that region. We also take a look at the 30th anniversary of Thomas Sankara's assassination. We also have a look at potential investment opportunities on the African continent.
NIGERIA 20 October 2017 - President Jacob Zuma’s visit to Nigeria continues to spark controversy with citizens taking to social media, criticising the state governor for honouring the South African president with a statue.
We ask if it’s a realistic model for formulating a continental approach to African issues. We’ll also look at the latest developments in the ongoing Kenyan election re-run
Our Africa analyst talks about the bilateral relations between the two nations. We also look at Nigeria’s first ever beer festival. We close it off with Turkey opening a military base in Somalia, where they’ll be training soldiers
What does China really want from African countries?
HARARE, 30 September 2017 - Two Zimbabwean journalists Mugove Tafirenyika and Brighton Goko have been hospitalised after they were allegedly assaulted by police while they were covering a protest against the country's economic crisis.
We also take a look at Zimbabwe’s new digital voters' roll ahead of the 2018 presidential and parliamentary elections. And we go to Somali to look at the annual book fair that was held in the capital
JOHANNESBURG, 21 September 2017 – Todd Phillips of Doctors Without Borders says they are working closely with the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo, to contain a cholera outbreak.
JOHANNESBURG 19 September 2017 - For years bogus doctors have been issuing thousands of medical clearances to public transport drivers. But now the law is catching up with them as the Road Traffic Management Corporation embarks on a clampdown.
We also ask why is the country prone to political instability. We will go to Kenya to see a new on line taxi service that is taking on global giant Uber. And we’ll meet that country’s women’s football team which is one its way to compete in New York.