In tonight's edition: a fight breaks out in South Africa's parliament during Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation speech, Kenya's high court blocks a decision to close Dadaab refugee camp; and Ghanaian farmers say sweet potato crops have improved their lives.
The state of the nation is agitated. South Africa’s president's annual address to parliament is interrupted once again by fighting on the floor as opposition MPs heckle Zuma over the scandals that have dogged his leadership.
A Kenyan court rules that the government’s plans to close one of the world's biggest refugee camps would be unconstitutional.
And putting the A in sweet potato: Ghanaian communities think the introduction of a new kind of tuber packed full of Vitamin A is just smashing.