Probe ordered into fatal shooting of Kenyan teenager during virus curfew
Kenya's strict coronavirus curfew is blamed for the death of a 13-year-old boy at the hands of police and South Africa sends testing teams into townships in a bid to contain the spread of the virus. Also, Ethiopia postpones its landmark August election due to the pandemic and Madagascar launches an emergency plan to help those forced to stop work.
Nairobi streets disinfected as Kenya increases coronavirus measures
Nairobi streets disinfected as Kenya increases coronavirus measures.
Kenya elephant sanctuary takes lead in hiring women
Reteti Elephant Sanctuary in northern Kenya is one of few reserves to employ women, elephant keepers. Here, in East Africa's first community-owned and run elephant sanctuary, workers rescue, rehabilitate and 'rewild' orphaned and abandoned elephant calves.
Kenya's Safaricom is keen on Huawei 5G
Beijing is currently Africa's biggest trading partner and the relationship is set to deepen if Kenya moves forward with a possible contract for China's Huawei to roll out its 5G network. Also, we hear from some of the Nigerian businesspeople whose enterprises are going from strength to strength with a bit of online savoir-faire. And many members of the French Caribbean diaspora have headed to Ivory Coast to start new lives, a move that has led to celebration and the creation of a Caribbean-style carnival
Thousands of Kenyans gather to mourn former leader Daniel arap Moi
In tonight's edition: Sudanese authorities agree to hand over former leader Omar Al Bashir to the ICC over Darfur crimes. Thousands of Kenyans gather to mourn longest-serving leader Daniel Arap Moi and South Africans mark 30 years since Nelson Mandela's release from prison.
Kenya's former President Daniel arap Moi dies aged 95
Former Kenyan President Daniel Arap Moi, who ruled the country with an iron fist between 1978 and 2002, has died aged 95, President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced.
How Brexit will impact on Africa: The Bad and The Good
As the United Kingdom finally leaves the European Union, good or bad, its departure will come with a mixed bag for Africa.
Kenyan biometric ID cards exclude millions of minorities
Kenya's New Digital IDs May Exclude Millions of Minorities. Millions face hurdles in obtaining documents to get a biometric ID card that will be required to function in the country. Without one, “you are totally a living dead,” a human rights advocate said.