7 May 2022
The African Union pays its respects to Burundi for the loss of 10 peacekeepers killed in an extremist attack in Somalia. The raid is the deadliest to have targeted AU forces there since 2015. One of Kenya's hottest artists has turned his beats to drumming up ballots. Rapper Octopizzo is getting more young people to vote in elections later this year. And we meet some of the women in Benin who say they have more opportunities in business.
16 Apr 2022
Burundi on Monday banned rickshaws, motorcycle taxis and bicycle cabs from almost all of its biggest city Bujumbura, accusing the popular low-cost transport providers of causing fatal traffic accidents.
8 Dec 2021
A massive fire in Burundi's capital kills at least 38 people; Benin's opposition candidate is sentenced to 10 years in prison for treason; and we go to DR Congo where those suffering from HIV/AIDS are hesitant to seek treatment because of stigma.
17 Jun 2021
As President Evariste Ndayishimiye marks one year in office, Burundi tries to move out of regional isolation. But human rights abuses and a repressive regime are still a cause for concern.
14 Nov 2020
In our show "The New Normal", which examines the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond, FRANCE 24 brings you four reports from our correspondents around the globe.
26 Sep 2020
A human rights report voiced disappointment at Burundi's new leader, who took power in June. The report cites political appointees accused of human rights abuses and lawlessness among Evariste Ndayishimiye's supporters.
12 Jul 2020
Burundi's turnabout in handling the COVID-19 pandemic raised expectations of change in the country. But hopes were dampened by President Evariste Ndayishimiye's appointment of controversial figures to the government.
27 Jun 2020
On tonight's show, Burundi's late president Pierre Nkurunziza is buried in the capital as thousands attend his funeral, Madagascar marks 60 years of independence, and we bring you the Tanzanian miner who struck gold when he discovered the country's largest ever Tanzanite stones.
19 Jun 2020
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17 Jun 2020
While claiming to rule by divine will, in the last couple of years, Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza turned the country into a living hell for many. Will Burundi be able to overcome his legacy?
Nigeria records 717 rape cases in five months - IG, Woman Delivered Of Twins Dies Of COVID-19 In Imo and more
15 Jun 2020
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15 Jun 2020
In an attempt to fill the power vacuum after Pierre Nkurunziza's death, Burundi's top constitutional court has ruled that the president-elect should take power immediately. Also, the UN and NGOs such as Reporters Without Borders support the plight of imprisoned Cameroonian journalists, pressuring Paul Biya's government after authorities revealed that journalist Samuel Wazizi had died in custody. And we get reactions from Kinshasa over whether or not a statue of Belgium's colonial-era King Leopold II should be removed, following a similar debate in Belgium itself.