Nigeria's top judge found guilty of hiding extent of his wealth
A tribunal bars Nigeria's chief justice for a decade; Alarming malnutrition rates are reported in Ethiopia's Gedeo region; And a 'Giant lion' fossil is found in Kenya.
Sudan's al-Bashir jailed
Sudan's ex-President Omar al-Bashir has been taken into Khartoum's Kober Prison, a maximum security jail where until recently he used to lock up political prisoners. We speak to someone who visited the detention centre before, to get a sense of what could be expecting Mr al-Bashir.
A suspected death squad allegedly operating within the Kenyan police force is using Facebook to profile, target and kill young men they believe to be gang members. Pictures of these so-called gangsters dead bodies are then being shared again on Facebook in enclosed groups and viewed hundreds of times.
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, we check on the rescue operations underway to attempt saving the lives of at least 150 people reported missing after a boat capsized on Monday.
African Union gives Sudan's military rulers two weeks to transfer power to civilian rule
Anger in Kenya as new housing levy comes into effect; Outrage among Liberians over rise in cost of mobile phone calls; Catholic Cameroonians reflect on Notre Dame cathedral fire.
Sudan: Demonstrators are demanding that the military step down
In Sudan, protesters outside the army head quarters are asking the so called 'Deep State' to be removed and be replaced by civilians;
A task force in Kenya has asked for the recognition and protection of intersex people;
And Britain is expected to pay out over $15 million to more than 7000 commonwealth solders who fought for the country in the second world war
Sudanese protestors 'won't stop until entire regime steps down'
Protesters in Khartoum fear coup leaders are too close to ousted president; Algerian protests continue despite Mr Bouteflika's resignation; And a football revival in Sierra Leone.