Displaced people in Cameroon not getting enough aid
In tonight's bulletin: Looting continues in Johannesburg after a wave of xenophobic attacks across South Africa, and in Cameroon, displaced people are not receiving enough aid and finally, a school in Nigeria is giving hope to those who have fallen victim to the Boko Haram Islamist group.
Foreign businesses in Johannesburg are being ransacked by protesters amid a new wave of xenophobic violence sweeping the city.
And in Cameroon, there are calls for more international aid to help the thousands of people around Lake Chad who have been forced to flee their homes on the back of the insurgency waged by Nigeria’s Boko Haram.
Finally, we go to northeastern Nigeria, where the education of children – of all backgrounds - has been in limbo after years of violence there. We visit a school which is trying to bring kids together by teaching them how to overcome long-held divisions.