Kenya finance minister Henry Rotich has been arrested following allegations of flouting procurement procedures in awarding a contract worth over $450m (£405m) for the construction of two dams to the Italian company CMC de Ravenna.
South Africa's highest court has ruled that the public protector - the state official in charge of investigating corruption - lied under oath and acted in bad faith.
And the rite of passage in Togo as over 2000 young men from the Kabye tribe of the country, attended the annual Evala wrestling festival to mark the end of the initiation period.
Amid drama - South Africa's corruption inquiry continues
South Africa's former President Jacob Zuma will continue giving evidence at a public inquiry into the corruption that took place during his watch - after initially pulling out; We report from the front lines of the fight against Ebola in the DRC; An audience with Zimbabwe's minister of foreign affairs who had a rough time in London recently; And we visit an all-women space in Kenya.
What next in the fight against Ebola?
A day after Ebola in Congo was declared an international public health emergency - we ask the Emergency Response Coordinator, what he expects to change; Ethiopia's President is in Eritrea - why does this meeting matter? Tanzania upholds the death penalty
Sudan's ruling military council and opposition leaders have signed a power-sharing pact
Sudan junta and civilians sign political agreement; South Africa minister on revelations in a corruption inquiry; And the rapidly changing fortunes of an opera-singing Uber driver
South Africa's Jacob Zuma claims he received death threats
Kenyan Uber drivers continue protests for a second day; Nigerian author Sefi Atta on writing in a West African context; Celebrated South African musician Johnny Clegg dies aged 66