Last week most parts of the continent observed Africa Day, a commemoration of the founding of the Organization for Africa Unity (OAU) which later was transformed to the current Africa Union (AU).

In this episode, I am joined by Pru Nyamishana from Uganda and Paidamoyo Muzulu from Uganda.

We use the continent’s recent events like the inauguration of Bola Tinubu as president in Nigeria, the signing of Uganda’s new anti-gay law, Sudan’s civil war and Zimbabwe’s coming elections as a barometer of the state of the continent.

We also talk about the Africa Union and it’s ability to solve the continent’s pressing challenges, including its own ‘agenda 2063.