BBC Africa Debate looks at the availability of water, sanitation and toilets in Africa. Read more
How will Africa solve its water crisis?
BBC Africa Debate looks at the availability of water, sanitation and toilets in Africa.
Can youth protest bring about lasting change?
Forty years after the Soweto uprising, we debate if youth protests can bring about lasting change Presented by Audrey Brown.
Is life getting easier for people with disabilities in Africa?
The BBC explores how attitudes to disabled people are changing in Africa.
Should Street Vendors be Regulated?
Street traders are a common sight in many cities. But are they a menace or an asset?
What is Life Like for Women Without Children in Africa?
What are the options for childless couples? And is choosing not to have children taboo?
Is Journalism in Africa Threatened by Fake News?
Plastic rice. Death hoaxes. ‘Marry twice or go to jail’. Are we in a new era?
What Will it Take to Rebuild The Gambia?
After more than 20 years rule by former President, Gambians have great expectations.
What Will Fix Africa’s Air Transport?
Often the quickest route from one African country to another is via Europe
Is Uganda the Best Place to be a Refugee?
Nancy Kacungira chairs this month's debate with a live audience in Kampala, Uganda.
Can You Trademark Culture?
The Africa Debate discusses cultural appropriation in the visual arts.
Is the older generation failing Africa's youth?
Akwasi Sarpong and Amina Yuguda are in Ghana to debate just how well African political leaders are working for Africa’s youth.