In tonight's edition: We hear from victims of the dictatorships in Tunisia, Samy Badibanga is DR Congo's new Prime Minister and some escaped Chibok girls have made their way to university.
In Tunisia, testimony from people who say they were tortured or abused under years of dictatorship is broadcast on live television. The hearings are an important step in the healing process.
Also, the DRC has a new prime minister. But the president looks set to stay on for another year despite opposition claims his time in office is up.
And a brighter future for some of the Nigerian schoolgirls who managed to escape Boko Haram, as they take up university scholarships.