It has been seven months since the end of the fighting in Ivory Coast and as the country slowly gets back on its feet, the government has set its sights on bringing in more business. We also head to South Africa where more and more children are learning to speak Mandarin. Finally, the ninth edition of Bamako Encounters is on now in Mali. We take a look at the biggest photography festival on the continent.
In this edition: French government efforts to reduce the flow of illegal migrants; the Indian Ocean island of Mayotte votes to become France's 101st department; and re-living Kenya's post-election violence, on cinema screens.
In this edition: French President Nicolas Sarkozy in search of closer ties in Africa; in Chad, Darfur refugees welcome the ICC's indictment of Sudan's president; and South Africa's 2010 World Cup preparations.
In this edition: Sudan's president orders the expulsion of a dozen aid groups after the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for him; the army enters the political battle in Madagascar and a focus on the African film industry.
In this edition: Guinea-Bissau's president and army chief killed in back-to-back assassinations; the Chikudu, a bike made of wood is omnipresent in the streets of Goma, DR Congo; and, in Nigeria, Islamists crack down on film production.
In this edition: The junta in power in Guinea has yet to fulfil its promises; the life of genocide perpetrators in Rwanda; a rocky start for Zimbabwe's national unity government; and is China really Africa's benefactor?