BBC : Africa
28  novembre     00h34
Covid: South Africa ’punished’ for detecting new Omicron variant
   South Africa should be praised for discovering Omicron, not hit with travel bans, its officials say.
    00h20
Nigerian celebrities Simi and Chigul expose sexism in music and Nollywood
   Singer Simi and Nollywood’s Chigul tell the BBC about the cultural hurdles female stars face.
27  novembre     22h05
Burkina Faso: Tear gas fired at protesters decrying Islamist attacks
   The protest comes amid fear of an Islamist encroachment following a number of recent attacks.
    00h53
Kenya tree felling sparks anger over Nairobi’s new highway
   Some 4,000 young and mature trees face being cut down to make way for a Chinese-financed project.
26  novembre     13h13
New Covid variant: South Africa’s pride and punishment
   South Africans feel they are paying the price for their ability to monitor new Covid variants.
    15h49
Nick Mwendwa: Football Kenya Federation president re-arrested
   The president of Football Kenya Federation Nick Mwendwa is re-arrested a day after a case against him was closed.
    01h20
Africa’s week in pictures: 19-25 November 2021
   A selection of the best photos from the African continent and beyond.
24  novembre     01h24
Uganda suicide attacks: Inside view of the IS-linked ADF rebels
   An ex-fighter tells the BBC how the ADF, an IS affiliate, has been able to strike at Uganda’s heart.
23  novembre     00h05
Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict: What are Facebook and Twitter doing about hate speech?
   Critics say social media firms are not doing enough to curb online hate speech around Ethiopia’s war.
    00h06
Can South Africa embrace renewable energy from the sun?
   South Africa’s main electricity company Eskom plans to switch from using coal to renewable energy.
22  novembre     00h08
TB Joshua’s widow and the battle for his Nigerian church
   Five months after the death of the prominent Nigerian televangelist, services have resumed.
21  novembre     00h08
Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict: Mass arrests and ethnic profiling haunt Addis Ababa
   As rebel forces advance towards the capital, at least 1,000 ethnic Tigrayans have been detained.
20  novembre     00h48
Viewpoint: How Sudan’s generals betrayed my generation
   Journalist Mohanad Hashim returned from exile after the revolution but a coup leaves his hopes in tatters.
19  novembre     16h43
Antony Blinken: What we’ve learnt from new US policy on Africa
   US Secretary of State Antony Blinken talks of partnerships and avoids condescending lectures of the past.
26  novembre     11h04
Covid variant: Reaction to new rules on travel from southern Africa
   Travellers at Cape Town airport respond to new UK quarantine measures over Covid variant.
25  novembre     23h12
Egypt: Grand opening for Luxor’s ’Avenue of the Sphinxes’
   The ancient walkway, connecting two of the Egyptian city’s greatest temples, took decades to excavate.
    11h47
How can we end violence against women? - and other frequently asked questions about GBV
   The UN’s Zebib Kavuma answers some of the most frequently asked questions about gender-based violence.
24  novembre     14h49
Germany: African diaspora with ’a voice’ in politics
   How can the voice of African diaspora help build relations between Germany and Africa?
22  novembre     07h38
Isii Nafta singer Nimco Happy on representing Somalia and her TikTok fame
   Nimco Happy, the Somali singer of the viral TikTok hit Isii Nafta (I love you more than my life), reacts to her new-found fame.
19  novembre     17h27
US State Secretary Antony Blinken on Biden administration policy in Africa
   The US secretary of state says Africa is central to dealing with climate change, Covid-19, democracy and human rights around the world.