In tonight's edition: Ahmed Kathrada's funeral highlights political tensions in South Africa; rights organisations criticise the acquittal of Simone Gbagbo for crimes against humanity on Tuesday; and Madagascar commemorates the 70th anniversary of the Malagasy uprising.
The celebration of the life of the late South African anti-apartheid campaigner Ahmed Kathrada features scathing condemnation of President Jacob Zuma. He says he was asked not to attend the funeral, Kathrada's foundation says they only told him he couldn't speak.
Also, activists raise questions about the quality of the trial against the Ivory Coast's former first lady. Simone Gbagbo was acquitted on charges of crimes against humanity on Tuesday.
And Madagascar commemorates a painful period of its history: the 70th anniversary of the bloody uprising against French rule in which around 40,000 Malagasy were killed as settlers put down the insurgency.