Akwasi Sarpong and Amina Yuguda are in Ghana to debate just how well African political leaders are working for Africa’s youth.
The Africa Debate discusses cultural appropriation in the visual arts.
Nancy Kacungira chairs this month's debate with a live audience in Kampala, Uganda.
Often the quickest route from one African country to another is via Europe
After more than 20 years rule by former President, Gambians have great expectations.
Plastic rice. Death hoaxes. ‘Marry twice or go to jail’. Are we in a new era?
What are the options for childless couples? And is choosing not to have children taboo?
Street traders are a common sight in many cities. But are they a menace or an asset?
The BBC explores how attitudes to disabled people are changing in Africa.
Forty years after the Soweto uprising, we debate if youth protests can bring about lasting change Presented by Audrey Brown.
BBC Africa Debate looks at the availability of water, sanitation and toilets in Africa.
Are African sports administrators are letting down their athletes?
Does free education mean a reduction in quality as critics of the policy argue?
In Freetown, Sierra Leone, we debate the Ebola crisis. Has Africa and the wider world done enough to prevent another outbreak?
Experts and activists discuss the lure of Jihad to young Britons, and how Islamic State, Boko Haram and Al Shabab operate.
How relevant or necessary is development aid in Africa today?
Can African leaders minimise emissions greenhouse gas emissions despite needing more en...
Will Nigeria's upcoming elections be free and fair?
Events in Tunisia led to mass uprisings, but also increasing radicalisation
Do failed health systems in Africa make epidemics inevitable?
Can Nigeria lead Africa? It has Africa’s biggest economy, but is wracked by insecurity....
Has the ANC betrayed the values it championed for so many years?
How well has the Great Lakes region recovered from the genocide?
The average age in Africa is 18. What does this mean for the future of the continent?
How attitudes to immigration affect Africans living in - and coming to - the UK
African inheritance laws favour men. What does this mean for women across the continent?
Is a Western model of democracy always the best means of governance in Africa?
What do African audiences want from the BBC - and is the BBC delivering?
We debate what the African middle class is; how fast it is growing, and what impact it ...
Nigeria's economy is growing by 7.4% per year on average. But who benefits from the boom?