Anti-Government Protests Erupt in English-Speaking Regions of Cameroon; Guinean youth continue protests in bauxite mining towns and we consider if the internet should be regulated in the era of fake news.
Uganda's parliament adjourns after heckling from the opposition over plans to change presidential age limits.Plus a new date is set for the re-run presidential election in Kenya. And Liberia's outgoing president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf reflects on her legacy.
Kenya's Supreme Court gives reasons for its historic judgement to scrap last month's presidential election; there have been protests in Togo over a bill to introduce presidential term limits; and will President al-Bashir's charm offensive in Darfur help lift sanctions against Sudan?
Kenya's chief justice says the country's judiciary will uphold the rule of law despite increased threats; the scout leader breaking the taboo surrounding menstruation in Madagascar; and we introduce the winner of the 2017 Komla Dumor Award.
A Kenyan MP demands the removal of the chief justice, Africa's musicians fight for the money owed to them by radio stations and others who play their songs in public places and a group of young girls in Cameroon break the silence around rape.
Ghana introduces free education for secondary school students. President Kenyatta threatens to impeach his rival, Raila Odinga, if the latter wins the upcoming Kenyan presidential election. And a film festival in Juba painting a more positive outlook for empowerment in South Sudan.
Togolese security forces use teargas against protesters in Lome as anti-government protests enter third day; Amnesty International urges UN mission in CAR to protect civilians and our Resident Presidents ponder whether African presidents have to have their capitals on the continent.