In tonight's edition: Kenya's opposition lodges a legal challenge to last week's election result, Sierra Leone buries more victims of Monday's deadly mudslides and we visit the "train of hope", a South African mobile clinic which offers affordable healthcare to patients around the country.
A fierce legal challenge at the eleventh hour. Kenya's opposition files a petition in the Supreme Court fighting last week's presidential election results. Opposition leader Raila Odinga insists the vote was a sham.
Mass burials continue in Sierra Leone following Monday's devastating mudslides. As the death toll climbs, aid groups warn of a potential health crisis, as uncollected bodies pile up.
And it's full steam ahead for South Africa's so-called "train of hope", a mobile health clinic providing affordable healthcare to thousands of people across the country.