Hello, I hope you can join me Audrey Brown on Focus on Africa today. Some of the stories we're covering are the plane crash that killed scores of people in the capital of South Sudan.
The arrest of the former head of the International Association of Athletics Federation - Lamine Diack - is under formal investigation for suspected corruption. He's alleged to have allowed Russian athletes to compete even though they'd failed drugs tests.
Egyptian President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has been speaking to the BBC ahead of a visit to the UK. He defended the country's stringent security laws, saying ordinary Egyptians feared the Islamic extremism and instability seen elsewhere in the region.
Do people in Africa take proper rest. Do you take proper rest?
And you'll meet the Cameroonian musician West Don - aka "the King of Ajebota" - after his hit song of the same name.
If you want to know what ajebota means, tune in at 15, 17 and 19 gmt.