That's where we end the BBC Africa Live page for this Thursday, which has been a difficult day for some of the continent's presidents:
- South Africa's President Jacob Zuma was told by the country's Constitutional Court that he had failed to uphold the constitution by not complying with a ruling by the Public Protector
- Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta had his state of the nation address interrupted by opposition MPs blowing whistles, some of whom were then expelled from parliament
- DR Congo President Joseph Kabila was told to stick to the constitution by presidential hopeful Moise Katumbi, who urged the president to step down at the end of his second term
Today's African proverb:
Lightening does not strike the same tree twice."
We leave you with this picture of an Egyptian souvenir vendor waiting for customers today at Egypt's Valley of the Kings in Luxor, which has been hit by a downturn in tourism.