President Ramaphosa's presidency hangs in the balance following alleged misconduct in handling a theft at his farm; but what do South Africans think about this?
Also, the Congolese Army has accused M23 rebels of killing around 50 civilians. Where does that leave the recently agreed truce?
And can a man-made waterfall solve Cameroon's electricity problems?
Damning report raises tough questions for South Africa's leader
The presidency of South Africa's Cyril Ramaphosa seems under threat, after a damning report from a panel of legal experts into accusations that he covered up the theft of $4m (£3.3m) in cash from his farm in 2020.
A Liberian senator wants an investigation into the amount of time President George Weah has currently spent outside the country.
And Nigeria has approved a policy for primary school lessons to be taught in local languages, rather than English.
Embezzlement charges for ex-president's son in Mozambique
From Mozambique: The son of former president Armando Guebuza is on trial for embezzlement, money laundering and blackmail in the country's biggest financial scandal.
We'll hear how an army base housing the Wagner Group's fighters in the Central African Republic was bombed.
In South Sudan: A spike in premature births - and attempts to keep the infants alive.
Those stories and more in this podcast with Audrey Brown.
Chad lawyers on strike as protesters face court
Lawyers in Chad have gone on strike, as protesters arrested at a demonstration where at least 50 people were killed last month are due in court.
Plus, Malawi rolls out Africa’s first malaria vaccine for children under the age of five.
And author Derek Owusu talks to us about his new novel Losing the Plot.
Somalia: al-Shabab hotel siege leaves several dead
In Somalia, another deadly al-Shabab attack, this time on a hotel in the capital Mogadishu. We speak to environment minister Adam Aw Hirsi, who was one of those caught up in the violence.
Plus, we get the latest from Sao Tome and Principe, where an attempted coup has left several people dead.
And in Cameroon at least a dozen people have been killed by a landslide which struck a funeral.