SADC troops are on their way to Cabo Delgado to join Rwandan troops in the battle against insurgents in northern Mozambique.
What is happening in Guinea? Earlier this month coup overthrew long-time leader. The Military junta now says they are open about talks on Guinea’s future, vows to avoid past ‘mistakes.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Crystal Orderson
Uganda has a remarkable history of hosting refugees
What lies behind Uganda’s generosity ?
It seems SA businesses are fast retreating from Africans most populous nation, Nigeria - if it’s not retailers closing shop; the country’s tax authorities have been demanding astronomical tax bills a few years ago it was MTN now its Multi-choice. What’s really at play? And why has SA business decided to retreat?LISTEN TO PODCAST
Kenya’s Court of Appeal has rejected a government bid to make fundamental changes to its constitution, this is a new blow to President Uhuru Kenyatta, who had initiated the controversial proposals, Crystal Orderson unpacks with Bongani.LISTEN TO PODCAST
There is optimism in Zambia, following the election of former opposition leader, Hakainde Hichilema as President.LISTEN TO PODCAST
South Sudan is set to hand over Omar Al-Bashir to the International Criminal Court. What’s the significance of this development?LISTEN TO PODCAST
Tunisia’s President Kais Saied has invoked national emergency powers and has suspended Parliament. Is there another Arab Spring in the making in Tunisia?LISTEN TO PODCAST
President Allasane Ouatarra is set to meet with former President Laurent Gbagbo. This will be their first face-to-face meeting since 2010. Is the Ivory Coast on the path to reconciliation?LISTEN TO PODCAST
A tense humanitarian ceasefire has been put in place between the Ethiopian government and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front. The World Health Organisation has warned of mounting Covid-19 cases in Africa, the countries on the continent struggle to secure enough vaccines.LISTEN TO PODCAST