In tonight's edition, speculation grows over whether Zuma will sack finance minister Gordhan; President Touadera still has a lot to achieve, one year into his mandate; and we take a closer look at Uganda's suspicious second-largest export: gold.
South African opposition leaders gun for President Jacob Zuma as he takes aim at his finance minister Pravin Gordhan. Speculation that Gordhan is being forced out appears to be confirmed by the country's Communist party, and few are pleased at the prospect.
Also, after years of turmoil, Central African Republic prepares to mark the one-year anniversary of the presidency of Faustin Archange Touadera. Despite some successes, security remains a concern.
And we take a look at the suspicions surrounding the origins of Uganda's second largest export, gold.