Sudan's post-uprising Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok is unharmed after a bomb and gun attack targeted his convoy on Monday on the way to work in the capital Khartoum. Also, in Nigeria, the influential traditional ruler of Kano is dethroned after a long-running row with authorities. Meanwhile, critics of a controversial social media bill speak out against it at a public hearing at the Nigerian Senate. Journalists and social media users are worried it could stifle freedom of expression.
Sudan's transitional authorities have approved a law that dissolves the party of former strongman Omar al-Bashir. The man himself is in prison and the country is finally working towards holding democratic elections for the first time in over three decades. What's the immediate legacy of the revolution for ordinary Sudanese people? We speak to Emmanuelle Veuillet, PhD researcher at Paris's Panthéon-Sorbonne University and member of the "Social Dynamics of Civil Wars" research group. She also tells us abou