One day after staging a coup, General Al-Burhan says he's hosting ousted Prime Minister Hamdock to keep him safe. A deadly attack at a mosque in Nigeria leaves eighteen people dead. The Ethiopian Government confirms a new round of airstrikes against military targets, but Tigray rebels say civilians are killed. And ahead of COP 26, we bring you a first-hand account of the dangers of climate change from the oil-rich Niger Delta in Nigeria.
A military coup in Sudan
There's been a coup in Sudan. Army General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan. has dissolved the sovereign council. A state of emergency has been imposed, but thousands have taken to the streets to protest against the takeover.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Hamdok has been detained, his whereabouts are unknown. Other ministers are also in custody.
And a new digital currency for Nigeria, the e-Naira.
South Sudan hit by worst floods in decades
South Sudan has suffered the worst floods in decades; we look at how the world's youngest country plans to respond to the global challenge of a changing climate. We find out more about a train attack that's suspended a crucial line connecting Nigeria's capital Abuja to Kaduna. Somalia's President and Prime Minister have made peace after a damaging rift. Plus, why are some elephants losing their tusks?
Sudan's huge pro-democracy demos are back
Hundreds of thousands of supporters of the fragile transition to a civilian-led government in Sudan have marched in towns and cities across the country. Zimbabwean opposition leader Nelson Chamisa claims there've been two attempts on his life. The leader of the separatist movement, IPOB in Nigeria, gets his day in court. A new report details the scale of mass surveillance in six African countries. Uganda's ministry of education tells us why primary schools have been shut for almost twenty months despite relatively low cases of Covid-19 in the country.
Ethiopia: Renewed air strikes on capital of Tigray region
Tens of thousands of people are without food and aid as the conflict rages on in Ethiopia’s Tigray region.
There have been country-wide demonstrations in Nigeria to mark one year on since mass protests against police brutality.
And Kenyan band Sauti Sol make plans for solo careers after their current tour.