Cyclone Idai: 'Sense of unity' at Mozambican aid centre
The BBC's Anne Soy spent the day at a warehouse in the Mozambican capital, Maputo, where aid is being collected for the survivors of the aftermath of Cyclone Idai.
Plus more questions are asked on the training given to the pilots of the Ethiopian airliner that crashed this month killing all on board.
And Ghana's finance minister tells us he feels sorry for Britain over Brexit.
UN says there is a "massive disaster" unfolding in south east Africa
The latest on the unfolding crisis in eastern Africa - we have eyewitness reports from across the region and updates on the aid effort.
Plus, two teachers have been killed in Burkina Faso after being kidnapped.
And how did Africa's most industrialised country end up running out of electricity?
Kenyans accuse their government of ignoring drought victims
Kenyans hit out at their government over drought and food shortages, following 10 reported deaths in the north-western Turkana region.
Appeals for urgent help are being sent for the people affected by flood waters caused by Cyclone Idai which hit Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi last week.
And Nigeria's minister of education has warned that parents who refuse to send their children to school will be prosecuted.
Cyclone Idai continues to devastate across southern Africa
The latest on the destruction caused by Cyclone Idai.
We meet the 8-year-old Nigerian boy who's just become a chess champion in New York.
And why did South Africa's President Ramaphosa get stuck on a commuter train?
49 people killed in deadly attack on two mosques in New Zealand
At least twenty were wounded in the shootings in Christchurch.