AFP Africa News Agenda

What's happening in Africa on Monday:

+ ICC hears case against Kenyatta

+ Zimbabwe counts ballots after referendum

+ Congo warlord Ntaganda said to flee to Rwanda

THE HAGUE: The International Criminal Court holds a hearing that may decide on whether to drop crimes against humanity charges against Kenyan president-elect Uhuru Kenyatta and send his case back to the confirmation of charges stage. Hearing starts at 1400 GMT. (ICC-UNREST-KENYA-KENYATTA)

HARARE: Second day of ballot counting in Zimbabwe's constitutional referendum that could usher in laws to curb presidential powers and pave the way for fresh elections. Full results are to be announced within five days of the vote. Picture. Video. (ZIMBABWE-VOTE)

KIGALI/KINSHASA: Following developments after Bosco Ntaganda, a leader of the Democratic Republic of Congo's M23 rebel group who is wanted by the International Criminal Court, is alleged to have fled to Rwanda. (DRCONGO-UNREST-RWANDA)


DAKAR/BAMAKO: German Defence Minister Thomas de Maiziere arrives in Dakar on the first leg of a visit to German troops helping to support the French campaign against Islamist rebels in Mali. (GERMANY-MALI-CONFLICT)

MOGADISHU: Somalia's Islamist fighters secure the key southern town of Hudur after they recaptured it in the first territorial fight-back by the Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab for several months. (SOMALIA-UNREST)

BAMAKO: The hunt for armed Islamists by French and Chadian soldiers continues in the Ifoghas mountains near the Algerian border. Picture. Video. (MALI-CONFLICT-FRANCE)

DAKAR: King Mohammed VI of Morocco visits, and is due in Ivory Coast and Gabon next week. (MOROCCO-SENEGAL-DIPLOMACY-ROYALS)