Guinea-Bissau gears up for election after weeks of political turmoil
It's decision time for Guinea-Bissau's electorate as the country gears up for a presidential election this Sunday. The former Portuguese colony is mired in poverty. Our reporters went to find out the priorities of voters. Also, tens of millions are at risk of being left without food as well as water across southern Africa due to an ongoing severe drought. We take a look at how some communities in South Africa's Northern Cape Province are coping. And finally, Ghana's most illustrious photographer James Barnor is in Paris. Our reporters went to meet him.