There were violent protests in Tunisia's capital Tunis on Sunday days after relative calm as citizens agitate over economic reforms.
Protesters defied threat from the government to crackdown on their agitations as they poured onto the streets on Wednesday to demand improvement in living conditions.
The opposition in Kenya has announced that its supporters will resume regular street protests to push for electoral reforms in the country on Friday.
Hundreds of South Africans on Monday staged protests in Cape Town and Johannesburg over the killing of farmers in the country.
Kenyans on Thursday cast their votes to choose a new president in an election that was boycotted by the opposition political party.
Government officials in Togo have confirmed the death of four people after opposition party protesters clashed with security officials on Wednesday.
There have continuous protests by opposition supporters in Kenya despite the government placing a ban on such demonstrations.
Human rights group, Amnesty International on Friday said that over 500 people from Cameroon’s Anglophone regions have been arrested by the government for protesting.
Authorities in Cameroon on Monday blocked internet services to the country's English-speaking areas as the government continues a crackdown on protesters seeking independence.
At least eight people are reported to have been shot and killed by security forces in Cameroon on Sunday during anti-government protests.