In tonight's edition, Kenya's Supreme Court blames the electoral board for the botched election, more protests take place in Togo in the week when a referendum on constitutional reform has been forced, and we find out how ecotourism could save Madagascar's lemurs.
Kenya’s Supreme Court reveals the details behind why it ordered a rerun of last month's presidential election. Judges slam the electoral board for not checking results from polling stations properly before announcing Uhuru Kenyatta's win.
Also, more protests take place in Togo during the week when a referendum on constitutional reform has been forced. At least one person is killed as demonstrations are held both for and against the dynasty of President Faure Gnassingbé.
And, faced with rapidly disappearing forests and the lemurs that inhabit them, villagers in one part of Madagascar are taking over ecotourism management in the hope of protecting the very animals attracting visitors.