Famine in South Sudan: More than 100,000 people face starvation
In tonight's edition: the South Sudanese government declares a famine in Unity State, a possible change to the Zambian football constitution sparks a debate on homosexuality and we take a peek at the film of the year in Nigeria, "The Wedding Party".
After three years of war, up to half of South Sudan’s population could now be struggling to get enough to eat by July. As it is, famine has been declared in greater Unity province with millions at risk in a man-made crisis.
Also, plans to change the constitution of the football association of Zambia to prevent discrimination on sexual orientation continue to kick up controversy.
And an old love of film heralds a new dawn for Nigerian super cinema, which has left the makers of the hit blockbuster "The Wedding Party" anything but blue.