South Africa's Jacob Zuma claims he received death threats
Kenyan Uber drivers continue protests for a second day; Nigerian author Sefi Atta on writing in a West African context; Celebrated South African musician Johnny Clegg dies aged 66
DR Congo confirms first case of Ebola in highly-populated city of Goma
South Africa's Jacob Zuma denies being 'king' of corruption; Victims of domestic violence in Cameroon speak out; Senegalese Youssou N'Dour on politics, culture and his music.
Sixty-five Nigerian Shia Muslims arraigned in several courts in Abuja
Sudan's military rulers say they've quashed an attempted coup; Has Konkola Copper Mines in Zambia been sold to China?; Why is Islam growing in Rwanda, 25 years after the genocide?
Nigerian police met third day of protests in Abuja by Shia Muslims
Cameroonian migrants at US-Mexico border; What's delaying the power-sharing deal in Sudan?; UN Chief says fight against terror in West Africa's Sahel region is insufficient
Women rights score a victory in Cameroon
Traditionally male-led chiefdoms in northern Cameroon have begun recognising women in crucial decision-making positions. We hear Senator Paul Nkwi, a university professor teaching Anthropology.
African leaders are meeting in Nairobi to exchange ideas on how to tackle extremism on the continent. It comes as the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres highlighted terrorism and violent extremism as a problem affecting a growing number of countries in Africa. We hear from Aya Chebbi, the first African Union Youth Envoy and the youngest diplomat at the African Union Commission Chairperson's Cabinet.
As a Global Conference for Media Freedom is underway in London, Tanzania's Foreign Minister, Professor Paramagamba Kabudi, defends the country's record on press freedom - saying the government has never tried to stop journalists from doing their job.