Mozambique rebel leader extends truce with government
In this week's show: rebel leader Afonso Dhlakama extends a truce with the government in Mozambique; in Tunisia three black students from the DRC are the victims of a racist attack; and Madagascans tell us why they aren't reaping the benefits of their cocoa crop.
Prolonging the ceasefire: Mozambique's rebel leader Afonso Dhlakama has extended a one-week truce for another two months. Violence flared in 2016, more than two decades after the end of the East African nation's civil war.
In Tunisia it's a landmark discrimination case: three black students from the DRC are the victims of an attack - we bring you their story.
And the bittersweet taste of Madagascar's chocolate industry revealed: we look at how locals are struggling to reap the benefits of their renowned cocoa crop.